Gambler chips and billboards are some of the collectibles in Need For Speed Payback. There are 100 gambler chips and 30 billboards to be found in the in the Fortune Valley game world.

Actually, it is not that difficult to find them on the map as the billboards will be shown on the map as soon as you are near to them. The chips will also be displayed if you are really close to them.

Your collectibles will be shown in the Journal under the Collectibles tab. Here you can see how many you already have collected and how many are missing. All collected ones are marked on the map with a green tick. Once you have collected all gambler chips and billboards, you'll also get the achievements and trophies All In and Does Not Obey.

Through the billboards you always have to drive your car or rather jump. Some of the chips can also be reached only via jumps, but they are also often found easily on roads, in barns, settlements or simply scattered in the wilderness. Incidentally, you will also often find gambler chips near the derelict cars.

On the following map you can see Fortune Valley with all the chips and billboards listed.


Fortune Valley can be divided into different areas via the color coded areas. Below video shows you the exact locations of the chips and billboards in detail.

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The most popular racing video game franchise, Need for Speed, is back with a new entry, Payback, but with a few bugs and errors that can affect the gameplay and your overall experience. Especially when NfS Payback simply crashes, no derelict cars, shows a black screen or freezes and stops responding. In this troubleshooting guide, we share you some known NfS Payback problems and give you solutions to make your driving experience more enjoyable.

Derelict Cars Are No longer Available / Disappear

If NfS Payback crashes, then the collectibles can suddenly disappear. There is no proper fixe for this yet. However, we will update this guide as soon as there is a solution.

Steering Wheel Controllers are Not Working

Unfortunately, some of the steering wheels are not compatible with the NfS Payback, especially the devices from Thrustmaster. So far, there is no real statement from EA.

No Sound or Voices in a Conversation

If you're in a conversation but cannot hear the sound or the voice, then you need to change the language of the game. This problem seems to be particularly noticeable on the consoles. Search for language in Preferences and change to English (United States). This is best changed in the console settings and then starts the game again.

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Mission Freezes or Stuck at Loading Screen

Some missions can only start if you have a car in each class. So if you sold less cars or even the last one from a certain class, then some missions won’t load. Restart the game and just buy a car so that you have one in all four classes.

Black Screen and Game Crashes

Here, you have to make sure that your graphic cards drivers are up-to-date. Also, check if you have the latest updates and patches from NfS Payback installed. If everything is correct, then you have to check whether your PC meets the minimum system requirements.

Minimum System Requirements

OS: Windows 7 or later (64-bit)
Processor: Intel i3 6300 (3.8GHz) or AMD FX 8150 (3.6GHz) with 4 threads
Graphic card: Nvidia GTX 750 Ti, AMD Radeon HD 7850 or a comparable graphics card that is compatible with DX11 and has 2 GB of memory
RAM: 6 GB RAM
Hard Disk: 30 GB
DirectX 11
192 kbps or faster connection

If your PC meets the above requirements, then you should check if Origin needs an update. With a black screen can also help that with Alt and Enter at the same time between the full screen and the window mode changes.

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We have created a list of cars in NfS Payback for you, in which you’ll find all the cars and their unlock conditions / requirements. In total there are five unique car classes: Drag, Drift, Race, Runner and Off Road. For each of these classes, there is a car dealer where you can buy one of the cars. But first you have to meet certain requirements before the dealer adds them to his list.

Note that you can only tune the cars with the respective setups that also fit. This means that you can set a drift setup only on a class drift car. The derelict cars are an exception and should not be underestimated. You can also pimp them up to the maximum power level of 399.

Acura NSX - You can unlock this in Chapter 4 Open Skies and then buy from the dealer.

Acura RSX-S - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Aston Martin DB11 - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

Aston Martin Vulcan - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

Audi R8 V10 plus - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

Audi S5 Sportback - Unlock in Chapter 3 City Lights") and then buy from the dealer.

BMW M2 - Unlock in Chapter 3 City Lights and then buy from the dealer.

BMW M3 E46 - Unlock in Chapter 3 City Lights and then buy from the dealer.

BMW M3 E92 - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

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BMW M4 GTS - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

BMW M5 - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

BMW X6 M - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

Buick GNX - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Chevrolet Bel Air - Find all the derelict cars and parts and assemble them together in the garage.

Chevrolet C10 Stepside Pickup - Find all the derelict cars and parts and assemble them together in the garage.

Chevrolet Camaro SS - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Chevrolet Camaro Z28 - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

Chevrolet Corvette Z06 - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

Dodge Challenger SRT8 - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

Dodge Charger - Unlock in Chapter 2 Desert Winds and then buy from the dealer.

Ford F-150 Raptor - Unlock in Chapter 2 Desert Winds and then buy from the dealer.

Ford Focus RS - Unlock in Chapter 3 City Lights and then buy from the dealer.

Ford GT - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

Ford Mustang - Find all the derelict cars and parts and assemble them together in the garage.

Ford Mustang BOSS 302 - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Ford Mustang Foxbody - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Ford Mustang GT - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

Ford Roadster - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Ford Roadster Beck Kustoms F132 - Play through the story and then buy from the dealer.

Honda Civic Type-R 2000 - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Honda Civic Type-R 2015 - Unlock in Chapter 3 City Lights and then buy from the dealer.

Honda NSX Type-R - Unlock in Chapter 3 City Lights and then buy from the dealer.

Honda S2000 - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Jaguar F-Type R Coupe - Unlock in Chapter 4 Open Skies and then buy from the dealer.

Koenigsegg Regera - Play through the story and then buy from the dealer.

Lamborghini Aventador Coupe - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

Lamborghini Diablo SV - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

Lamborghini Huracán Coupe - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

Lamborghini Murciélago LP670-4 SV - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

Land Rover Defender 110 - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Lotus Exige S - Unlock in Chapter 3 City Lights and then buy from the dealer.

Mazda MX-5 1996 - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Mazda MX-5 2015 - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

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McLaren 570S Coupe - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

McLaren P1 - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

Mercedes-AMG A45 - Unlock in Chapter 3 City Lights and then buy from the dealer.

Mercedes-AMG G63 - Unlock in Chapter 3 City Lights and then buy from the dealer.

Mercedes-AMG GT - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

Mercury Cougar - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

Nissan 180SX Type X - Unlock in Chapter 2 Desert Winds and then buy from the dealer.

Nissan 350Z - Unlock in Chapter 3 City Lights and then buy from the dealer.

Nissan Fairlady 240ZG - Find all the derelict cars and parts and assemble them together in the garage.

Nissan GT-R Premium - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

Nissan Silvia Spec-R Aero - Unlock in Chapter 2 Desert Winds and then buy from the dealer.

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Nissan Skyline GT-R V-spec 1993 - Unlock in Chapter 2 Desert Winds and then buy from the dealer.

Nissan Skyline GT-R V-spec 1999 - Unlock in Chapter 3 City Lights and then buy from the dealer.

Pagani Huayra BC - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

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Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 2.8 - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

Porsche 911 Carrera S 991 - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

Porsche 911 Carrera S 993 - Unlock in Chapter 3 City Lights and then buy from the dealer.

Porsche 911 GT3 RS 991 - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

Porsche 918 Spyder - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

Porsche Cayman GT4 - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

Porsche Panamera Turbo - Unlock in Chapter 4 Clear Sky and then buy from the dealer.

SRT Viper - Unlock in Chapter 5 High Stakes and then buy from the dealer.

Subaru BRZ Premium - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Subaru Impreza WRX STI - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Volkswagen Beetle - Find all the derelict cars and parts and assemble them together in the garage.

Volkswagen Golf GTI - Available from the beginning at the dealer.

Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport - Unlock in Chapter 2 Desert Winds and then buy from the dealer.

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In Star Wars Battlefront 2, there are fourteen well known characters and two more with the new DLC - The Last Jedi. You can unlock these SWBF2 heroes and villains by collecting battle points in the battles. Then these can be exchanged in the menu as a currency, hunters or just heroes and in the next round, the battlefield unsafe until you die.

However, before you have the option on the Hero with Battle Points, you need to unlock it with game Credits. For this you need 5,000 - 15,000 credits. So you have to invest a lot of playing time before you can get to a hero. After all, you will receive 5,000 credits after completing the campaign.

All Heroes

So far, you have the choice of playing one of the following eight heroes:

Luke Skywalker

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Leia Skywalker

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Chewbacca

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Yoda

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Han Solo


Lando Calrissian

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Rey

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Finn (DLC)

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All Villains 

List of all playable villains in the SWBF2

Darth Vader

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Emperor Palpatine

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Darth Maul

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Boba Fett

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Iden Versio

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Kylo Ren

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Captain Phasma (DLC)

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Payback, the latest entry in the popular Need for Speed racing game franchise, is all about tuning and improving the performance of your cars to get as much out of them as possible and make them fit for racing events. The best way to do is with the speed cards. In this guide, we'll show you how to use them most effectively and get your car up to the highest power level quickly.

To upgrade a new car or one of the five derelicts in NfS payback you need speed cards and the car parts are categorize into Block, Turbo, Transmission, Head, Exhaust, and Engine Control Unit. You can either install them in the tune up shop or in your garage. You only have one garage at the beginning of NfS Payback, but you can buy three more as you progress through the game.

A Speed card comprises three different elements: Brand, Bonus and Rating that have different effects on the overall performance of your car.

- Brand: Depending on Speed card color, it matches one of the brands in the game: Americana, Nextech, Chidori, Outlaw and Carbon. If you equip three Speed cards of the same brand at the same time, you will be able to unlock additional bonuses.

- Bonus / Perks: A speed card can have up to three perks. The more valuable a card, the more bonuses it has. A distinction is made between speed / bonus Tempo (horsepower and top speed), Acceleration (quarter-mile time and from 0 to 100 km / h), Nitro (power and capacity), Brakes (power and response) and Air (Airtime and Landing).

- Rating: Last but not least, the large number on the left of the speed map indicates the value of your car's performance level. Again, the higher, the better.

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A car can reach a maximum power level of 399. If you reach that, then you’ll be able unlock the achievement Another Man's Treasure.

Where do you get the Speed Cards from?

The Speed Cards are great, but where do you get them from? In any case, these tuning cards are not shown to you. Instead, you have to use different methods to get them:

- Tune - Up Shop: If you have enough virtual money in your hand, then you can visit the shops in Fortune Valley and buy new Speed Cards, the offer is updated constantly.

- Slot Machine: Also in the shops you can trade speed cards for part tokens. If you invest three of them in a one-armed bandit, you can pretty much get a speed card more or less according to your wishes.

- Racing Events: Of course you can also participate in a racing event and at the end of each event you have the choice of three face down cards.
Deliveries: If you are willing to spend real money, then you can also come to tokens. Or you wait until the next step up. Then there are tokens that you can put back in the slot machines.

Tips for Tuning and Speed Cards

- At the beginning of the game, you’ll not get all optical tuning categories. So you have to create some challenges in order to pimp the car completely.

- The speed cards you get at racing events are limited to the car you used to race. Thus, you cannot use them on another car or tune up a low-level car quickly.

- The performance of the cards is based on those of your car, so there is no point in saving the cards. Besides, you will need the tuning to win the next race.

- Use the six slots of a car as fast as possible with speed cards. You can exchange them as often as you like and especially at the beginning you will be grateful for every tuning.

- Don’t try to bring all derelicts to their highest level immediately. It costs you too much and is time consuming. Concentrate on a car and mote it properly.

- Tunt a car only as far as it is necessary for an event. After that, you have new resources and opportunities and since money and tokens are limited and you have to constantly switch between your car classes, you have to count well to not stand there empty-handed at the end.

However, in the end, you'll have enough resources to get your car up to the maximum power level without putting real money into play.

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If you want to buy the most expensive cars and build your reputation in Payback, the latest installment in the popular car racing video game franchise - Need for Speed, then you’ll need to have a lot of money and REP points. In this guide, we show you some easy and fast ways to farm REP and Money in NfS Payback.

To make extra money and REP in NfS Payback, you should first complete the story and all the other events in the game. In this way you can easily earn some money and REP and build your reputation level somewhere between 20 and 25. Then you have to spend those earnings from time to time for cars and tuning to meet the event requirements. There are some proper ways with which you can earn extra money and REP.

- Get all billboards and poker chips in Fortune Valley. These collectables will bring you some money, around $ 100K to $ 150K, and REP points.

- Drifting and Jumping. These actions will bring you some good REP points. Especially, with off road cars you can do these actions and the desert area in the middle of the map is more suitable for drifting and jumping. For a long jump you get between 30,000 and 50,000 REP. Note: You’ll be able to unlock or buy these fastest cars for extra long jumps from the dealers only after completion of the story.


- You can also double your earning with the Side Bets at events. They usually bring easy money. If you see during a race that you cannot make a side bet, just start the event again and go for the bet, so as not to lose the bet.

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- If you already have enough Part Tokens, then you can exchange them with the speed cards for extra cash.

Below we’ll show you two best methods to farm lots of REP and money:

This is one of the quickest ways to farm lots of REP (60K per minute)

For the first method you should have unlocked the Drift Trial - Drifting the Block. This you can do at the beginning of the game by completing the first drift trial. The drift trial located in the northwest of the city in Fortune Valley. You can finish the event including loading times within 3 minutes and you’ll be able to earn about 118K REP and $ 17K (in case of successful side bet and sale of the speed card).

After the event you will always return to the start and you can play it again. With a bit of routine, you earn 60K REP per minute and $ 8.5K per minute.

One of the fastest ways to earn lots of money (10K per minute)

For the second method you have to repeat the race event "Hyperspace Circuit", which you can unlock during the 5th chapter event. With a fast car, including load times, you can finish this event within three minutes and earn around $ 144K REP and $ 31K (with a successful side bet and sale of the speed card).

Again, after completion of the event you’ll be returned to the starting line and you can start the event again without further ado. Per minute you’ll earn about 48K REP and about $ 10K.

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