5 Must See Moments from EA's E3 Showcase

New co-op game 'A Way Out,' a Bioware tease and, of course, a face full of 'Star Wars Battlefront II'


'Need For Speed: Payback'

If there was any doubt that Need For Speed was more cinematic action that exact exhaust pipe measurements, a new trailer doubled down on hot heist drama. "We're putting you behind the wheel of an action driving fantasy," says Marcus Nilsson, the game's executive producer. 

They also revealed the Relics system, which will let players transform abandoned classic cars from "scrap, to stock, to supercars."

The game launches November 10 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.

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