Ghost Games has enabled the third hidden Abandoned Car in Need
for Speed Payback. This week, the Volvo 242 replaces the Volvo
The Abandoned Cars in Need for Speed Payback rotate every so
often – currently on a weekly basis, giving players the chance to find cars
they may have missed out on before. For example, the first Abandoned Car was
the fan-favourite Mazda RX-7, and to give newcomers a chance to drive it if
they didn’t get it when it first released, EA has confirmed it will return as
an Abandoned Car in the future alongside the Volvo Amazon P130.
As for this week’s Abandoned Car, the Volvo 242 is hiding
between the Drift and Runner Dealerships in Silver Rock City of Fortune Valley.
More specifically, the south of the city towards the highway at the bottom of
the map. Once you drive close to where it’s marked on the map shown above, the
game will notify you of its exact location, where you’ll find the car just
parked off the road a tiny bit.
Once you take the Volvo 242, 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.
Once you bring the car back to Rav, it will be yours to drive
and customize whenever you desire. You can also then purchase it again from
other Dealerships in the game for $28,620 of your in-game currency. This one also has plenty of customization options for you to enjoy as well.
Whilst the Volvo 242 is available this week, there’s more to
come. The other hidden cars in Need for Speed Payback include the
aforementioned Mazda RX-7 Spirit R and Volvo Amazon P130, as well as the Plymouth
Barracuda, Nissan Skyline 2000 GTR, and the BMW M3 Evolution II E30. Expect the
remaining cars to become available over the coming weeks.
Alan is the co-founder and co-owner of FullThrottle Media. As someone who enjoys spending all his free time playing video games, he keeps the website updated with new and relevant content, including news stories, reviews and opinion pieces for the games he likes writing about the most. He also tweets too much, probably.