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Payday: The Heist is a co-operative first-person shooter video game developed by [[Overkill Software]] and published by [[Sony Online Entertainment]]. It contains seven different missions, with each mission containing random elements which alter the gameplay in subtle ways with the aim of enhancing replayability. Players use a variety of firearms to complete objectives (usually centered around stealing a certain object, person, or a particular amount of money). The game may be played alone, with AI teammates, or online. The game plays from the first person perspective, but offers a few twists on the standard FPS formula. Killing civilians is punished, instead players may take a limited number as hostages. Should any player get arrested (after taking enough damage and not being 'revived' in time) during the heist, one of his teammates may release a hostage, allowing a trade to take place which allows a single player to be released. Money gained from heists is used as experience points to level up, and multiple skill trees are available to give upgrades and bonuses. A sequel to Payday: The Heist titled [[Payday 2]] was released.
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Payday: The Heist is a CO-OP FPS that contains seven different missions, with each mission containing random elements which alter the gameplay in subtle ways with the aim of enhancing replayability. Players use a variety of firearms to complete objectives (usually centered around stealing a certain object, person, or a particular amount of money). The game may be played alone, with AI teammates, or online. The game offers a few twists on the standard FPS formula. Killing civilians is punished, instead players may take a limited number as hostages. Should any player get arrested (after taking enough damage and not being 'revived' in time) during the heist, one of his teammates may release a hostage, allowing a trade to take place which allows a single player to be released. Money gained from heists is used as experience points to level up, and multiple skill trees are available to give upgrades and bonuses. A sequel to Payday: The Heist titled [[Payday 2]] was released.
  
 
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Revision as of 10:09, 13 July 2018

Payday: The Heist
Developer(s) Overkill Studios
Publisher(s) Sony Online Entertainment
Series Payday
Release date(s) NA/EU October 18, 2011
Release type Multi-platform
Genre(s) First-person shooter, Stealth
Mode(s) Single-player, Online
GameID(s) NPUA30073,NPEA00331
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Payday: The Heist is a CO-OP FPS that contains seven different missions, with each mission containing random elements which alter the gameplay in subtle ways with the aim of enhancing replayability. Players use a variety of firearms to complete objectives (usually centered around stealing a certain object, person, or a particular amount of money). The game may be played alone, with AI teammates, or online. The game offers a few twists on the standard FPS formula. Killing civilians is punished, instead players may take a limited number as hostages. Should any player get arrested (after taking enough damage and not being 'revived' in time) during the heist, one of his teammates may release a hostage, allowing a trade to take place which allows a single player to be released. Money gained from heists is used as experience points to level up, and multiple skill trees are available to give upgrades and bonuses. A sequel to Payday: The Heist titled Payday 2 was released.

Configuration

No options that deviate from the default configuration are recommended for this title. The full list of default options is available here.

Known Issues

Missing Audio: The main menu does not play background music. Music works fine elsewhere.