Another of the content updates is all for BMWs. Each of the BMWs in the game will now be customizable with official BMW M Performance accessories. These include everything from bumpers to grilles, depending on the model of BMW. Both the abandoned cars and the BMW accessories are free updates for all players with any version of the game.
One other piece of content is a entirely new game mode with a complete single-player series of events. It's called Speedcross, and based on the video above, it looks like it's something like Ken Block's gymkhana stunt runs. The goal of the event type is to have the best score, which is earned from doing drifts, jumps, going through speed traps at high speed, and smashing stuff. In these events, you'll apparently face off with opponents from previous Need for Speed games such as Underground, Most Wanted and Carbon. This update also comes with two completely new cars to the game, the Mini Countryman John Cooper Works and the Infiniti Q60. Unlike the aforementioned updates, the Speedcross update will cost money to download if you own a basic version of Payback. Owners of the "Deluxe Edition" will get the content for free. All of these updates become available on December 19.