Here are four Mask Papercrafts, based on the video game Payday: The Heist, the paper models were created by Tektonten. Payday: The Heist is a downloadable cooperative first-person shooter video game developed by Overkill Software and published by Sony Online Entertainment. It was released on October 18, 2011 for PlayStation 3 in North America and November 2, 2011 in Europe. It was also released on October 20, 2011 for Windows via Steam software in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
It contains seven different missions, with each mission containing random elements which alter the gameplay in subtle ways with the aim of enhancing replayability. On 7 August 2012 the Wolf Pack DLC was released on PS3 and PC. This DLC added two new heists, additional weapons, and a new player upgrade tree.
In Payday: The Heist, players use a variety of firearms to complete objectives. The game plays from the first person perspective, but offers a few twists on the standard FPS formula. Killing civilians is frowned upon, meaning players have the option of restraining civilians until the heist concludes. Should any player die during the heist, one of his teammates may release a civilian in exchange for the player to respawn. Each heist is generated randomly, though it typically involves dealing with law enforcement, which can range from standard patrol officers to SWAT operatives.
The game focuses on four robbers who team up. Their first heist took place at the First World Bank, where they entered a vault by using thermite hidden on the inside of a photocopier and stole a large amount of money. A post-game message congratulates the group, telling them that they are “set for life”, but recommends more heists, including robbing from drug junkies in an abandoned apartment complex and ambushing a prisoner transport in heavy rain weather, simply for the enjoyment of them.
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