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Need for Speed Payback

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Title Screen

Need for Speed Payback

Developer: Ghost Games
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platform: Windows
Released internationally: November 10, 2017

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.

Unused voices

Voices for abandoned cars events was used until June 11, 2019 so leaving a voice for each characters is unused

Placeholder car unlock icon




A placeholder car unlock shows Dodge Charger R/T 1969 and early roof

Unused Car

2015 Nissan GT-R Premium (R35)

The 2015 Nissan GT-R Premium (R35) was hidden in the game files, however, it can be seen in the Race Dealership's photo. It was likely cut due to it's 2017 facelift having all the visual parts from it's NFS 2015 equivalent.

Ford Police Interceptor Utility (Concept)

Hidden in the game files,originally,this car was used for missions but replaced SWAT van during development

Ford Crown Victoria Police (Player)

It was used for abandoned cars events and later discontinued on June 11, 2019 so leaving this car unused

This car cannot be customized and only have 2 vanity items during abandoned cars events:Cop siren wail horn and FVPD underglow

Unused Customzation Parts

RAYS Engineering wheels

Several RAYS wheels (Volk TE37, TE37V RE30, CE28N) and Gram Lights wheels (57D and 57Xtreme) were found in the in-game data, as a leftover from Need for Speed: 2015, however, these rims were cut due to licensing related reasons.

Kakimoto Racing Bodykit for Honda NSX-R (NA1)

Several in-game files indicate the Kakimoto Racing aeroparts for the 1992 Honda NSX-R (NA1) were intended to return, but were removed due to licensing-related reasons.

Unused tracks