PAYDAY 2 will soon be available on PS4 and Xbox One, with the game set to launch for PC later this year.

But, for now, the developers are focusing on what will most likely be the most popular platform, as it’s the platform that pays off the most debt.

As you might expect, the PAYDAY franchise has made it into the history books by being the first video game to hit the $1bn mark in sales and net profit, according to data from NPD Group.

That success means that the developers have to pay down debt as quickly as possible, and that’s where the new PS4 exclusive Payday 2 comes in.

Paying off debt with PAYDAY The PAYDAY sequel takes a look at the fallout from the events of the first game, and the way it’s played out.

Players can start off the new game by taking control of a member of a special police force called the Payday Squad.

In the sequel, the squad is called The Payday, and they’re called on to investigate a mysterious new crime scene.

They soon discover the body of a young girl has been buried under a lakebed, and there’s a series of clues that lead them to a series the killer could be responsible for.

The Payday team must then go undercover as a local crime group and investigate.

They will be aided by a new squad member named The Patriot, who will help them fight off the criminals and keep them out of town.

As with the first Payday game, PAYDAY II players will earn new weapons and abilities as they progress through the game, such as new sniper rifles and new shotguns.

In addition, new PAYDAY-style outfits can be unlocked as players complete side missions.

The game will also introduce a brand new character called The Patriot.

This new character can be recruited in the game and can use his or her new abilities to help you.

The first PAYDAY will be available to buy and download on September 10.

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