Fortune Valley has yet another Abandoned Car to be found in
Need for Speed Payback. This week, the fifth Abandoned Car hidden in the
open-world is none other than the Plymouth Barracuda. A fine classic, which
replaces last week’s BMW M3
Evolution II E30.
The Abandoned Cars in Need for Speed Payback rotate on a
weekly basis, giving players the chance to find cars they may have missed out
on before. Past cars like the fan-favourite Mazda RX-7, Volvo
Amazon P130, and the Volvo
242 will return in a future rotation.
As for the Plymouth Barracuda, you’ll find it in the forest,
parked outside of a cabin near the Newhaven Lake, towards the south-east area
of Mount Providence. You can find its precise location in the map screenshots
above, and once you’re close to where it’s marked, the game will also highlight
its exact whereabouts.
Once you steal the Plymouth Barracuda, the cops will be
alerted to your presence and thus a hot pursuit will begin. As always, you’ll
need to escape the police and take the car back to Rav’s Garage in Liberty
Desert. Be warned, it’s a lengthy chase back to his place, and of course,
there’s a few Rhinos awaiting you on the way, too. Drive fast, and don’t slow
down for anything.
By taking the car back to Rav, it will be yours to drive and
customize whenever you desire. You can also purchase it from the other
Dealerships in the game for $63,225 of your in-game currency. As usual, this
one has plenty of customization options for you to enjoy as well. I decided to
install the Rainbow Nitrous on mine because I’m cool.
The last Abandoned Car in Need for Speed Payback will be the
Nissan Skyline 2000 GTR, which will be available next week. We’ll have another
guide up once it becomes available, so you can track it down, steal it, and add
it to your garage. Until then, make sure you don’t miss out on the Plymouth
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