Payday 3: To kick out the year 2023, the first teaser trailer for Payday 3 has been released. While the first Payday game was a good time on PC and PS3 in 2011, the series’ breakout hit was the cooperative heist game Payday 2 in 2013.
It was built upon the solid foundation laid by the original game to create a crime sim with many options for advancement and several ways to play. You can be loud or stealthy, complete mandatory or bonus goals and objectives, and so on.
You could generate money in a lot of different ways, and you could also spend it in a lot of different ways. However, many players have been waiting for a third game since the expansion of the game through downloadable content and updates only made it more fabulous.
Although we know Payday 3 has been developing for some time, getting here has not been without its challenges. Starbreeze Studios has released the first Payday 3 teaser trailer, revealing that the game will be set in New York.
The group has reunited for what appears to be a New Year’s Eve celebration, as they can be seen gazing up at the sky full of fireworks. The trailer’s conclusion displays the game’s official logo and a release date range between 2022 and 2023.
Fans can now add Payday 3 to their Steam wishlists if they’re looking forward to its release in 2023 on consoles and Steam. The following is Steam’s official description of the game. “The highly anticipated sequel to one of the best-selling co-op shooters of all time is called PAYDAY 3.
PAYDAY players have enjoyed the thrill of a well-organized theft since the game’s debut. This is what separates PAYDAY from any other cooperative first-person shooter out there. Join the Payday Gang, the envy of their contemporaries and the terror of law enforcement agencies worldwide, as they retire and resume their criminal ways.
This is the year of PAYDAY 3!
Wishlist now on Steam: https://t.co/Ck3LVFecqS
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— PAYDAY (@PAYDAYGame) December 31, 2022
The crew reunites years after their terrorization of the nation’s capital ended to confront the menace that brought them out of retirement.” We don’t know when the game will be launched, but it’s probably not before 2023.
However, now that we have the first teaser, we can expect the developer to start talking about it more in the coming months. We may see actual gameplay in the spring, with a release date in the fall following—but that’s just a guess.
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