ASOS is releasing a limited edition Need for Speed Payback tee

Stephanie Panecasio 8 November 2017 NEWS

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When fashion and gaming collide, you get ASOS's Need For Speed Payback collaboration.

If you're a fashion lover who happens to play video games on the side, you probably really love being able to customise your characters and style their look the way you want.

Well, EA Games' Need For Speed franchise hears you, and is not only allowing customisation in the new Need for Speed Payback game, but they're going to customise your real look too.

Partnering with fashion giant ASOS, the brand is releasing a seriously limited edition t-shirt that you can wear both in real life and in the game – you can even match your character, Tyler the Racer.

ASOS TEE
Image: ASOS

Stocked exclusively on ASOS and distributed for free in game boxes to only 100 people worldwide, the t-shirt is white with red baseball-style sleeves, depicting an eagle with the phrase "Rebels" and "Be Fearless" above and below respectively.

It's a pretty classic look that can be styled up or down, so we're already planning out how we can integrate it into our day-to-day. Think oversized denim jackets and ripped black jeans... We're all for it.

The game and t-shirt is due to be released on the 10th of November, so it's not too long before we can get our hands on the tee, and unless you're one of the lucky gamers who snags a free shirt in their box, you can find it on ASOS.

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