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Need For Speed Payback Handling
Experience the new NFS handling in GTA SA
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Author: Cirq Yoshi No Screenshots Available Yet
Works with: GTA San Andreas 
Release/Version: v0.3pre
Status: Work In Progress
Started on: 13 Jun 2017
Last Updated: 06 Aug 2017
Views: 1630
Type: Conversion
Rating: 2.5 (0 votes)
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Ever since Need For Speed Payback's Demo was released in EA, the players of the demo are appreciating the handling of the game. The vehicles were easy to drift, they feel heavy, and all in all they were very stable. I said "hmm, I might make a handling physics like in the game" and I did. I spent 3 days to analyse the gameplay trailer and tweak the handling of some of the vehicles. This is my first mod, and I hope you guys will find it very fun to use it as your main GTA SA handling
Description of The Handling
First thing you'll notice, certain vehicles are now really-really heavy (Buffalo, Landstalker, Alpha, Banshee[WIP]), but they aren't hard to steer and to drift. According to how they steer in the real NFS Payback game/demo. WARNING: collide some of the handling-affected vehicles to the default GTA SA vehicles, the game will sometimes crash Some of it are not nearly close to the real game, its because I've started this mod 2 days ago and the game hasn't been released yet (Release date: November 10). So I might change it time-to-time, but anyway enjoy the mod ;)
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Download the cars: links are in the Readme file
  • "Ford Mustang 2015 NFS Payback Edition" by SDabdlmounaim96 (Buffalo Replacement)
  • "2013 BMW X6M E71 300M Wheels" by MixAn_DoK, and Vitalik101 (Landstalker Replacement)
  • "Dodge Challenger Hellcat Liberty Walk LB Performance" by FHR artworks (Alpha Replacement: Rename the .txd and .dff files into "Alpha")
  • "Koenigsegg Regera 2015" by artur0777 (Banshee Replacement)
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