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Developer: Targem Games
Publisher: Gaijin Entertainment
Release date: May 30, 2017
Rating: Teen
Construct and battle with post-apocalyptic vehicles in this free-to-play MMO. Engage in explosive PvP action and become the ultimate wasteland warrior.

About the game

Crossout is a free-to-play post-apocalyptic MMO action game where players construct their own vehicles using an extensive crafting system and engage in intense vehicular combat. Set in a world destroyed by an unknown virus, players must scavenge for parts to create their ultimate battle machine and customize it with weapons, armor, and other upgrades. The game offers various modes, including PvP and PvE, and features realistic damage models where each component can be destroyed, impacting the vehicle's performance.

Reasons to play

  • Extensive vehicle customization: Crossout offers an in-depth vehicle crafting system that allows players to create their own unique battle machines from scratch. From weapons and armor to engines and wheels, players can choose from a wide variety of parts to create a vehicle that suits their playstyle.
  • Realistic damage model: Crossout features a realistic damage system where each component of a vehicle can be damaged or destroyed, affecting the vehicle's performance and making battles more strategic and intense.
  • Varied game modes: Crossout offers a range of game modes, including PvP, PvE, and Clan Wars. This provides players with different challenges and gameplay experiences to keep the game fresh and interesting.

Reasons not to play

  • Steep learning curve: Crossout's extensive vehicle customization system and complex damage model can be overwhelming for new players. It may take some time and effort to fully understand the mechanics of the game and become proficient in battle.
  • Limited player base: Crossout may have a smaller player base compared to other popular MMOs, which can make matchmaking and finding players to team up with more difficult.
  • Microtransactions: While Crossout is free-to-play, it does heavily rely on microtransactions to generate revenue. Some players may find the constant advertising and pressure to spend money on in-game items to be off-putting.


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