Fans of the previous Need For Speed game should still find plenty of their favorite features, though. The developers promise deep customization, which is evident in the screenshots and pre-order bonuses. In one of the screenshots, you can clearly see a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air taken from rusting hulk to all-out off-road racer. The title card also shows a traditionally modified R34 Skyline as well. Based on the pre-order bonuses, players will also be able to choose different colored tire smoke and nitrous flame colors. It looks like racing will be more varied this time, too, including off-road courses. The pursuits look pretty grand, too, based on the shot of a new Panamera fleeing the police. For more, check out the trailer above. Need For Speed Payback launches on Nov. 10, 2017.