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Welcome to the post apocalyptic world of CROSSOUT! CROSSOUT is a Free To Play post-apocalyptic MMO-action game where you can use dozens of parts to assemble armored cars with unique designs, and then ride them into heated multiplayer battles. http://crossout.net/#/

 

 

 

 

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Key Features:​

  • Unique vehicles, crafted by the players using a wide range of available parts: From nimble buggies to heavily tracked off-road vehicles or combat platforms on antigrav fields.
  • Complete freedom of creativity and thousands of possible combinations: Create vehicles of any shape using dozens of parts, wide variety of armour and weapons as well as support systems.
  • Advanced damage model: Destroy any part of an enemy machine and it will affect the vehicle's performance immediately.
  • Huge arsenal of weapons: From chain saws, power-drills over machine guns to rocket launchers, flying drones and stealth generators.
  • Your own workshop: Create new, advanced parts and auction them at the in-game marketplace.
  • Trading options between players: Every piece that you have gathered in the battle can be sold to other players.
  • Choose your own battle strategy: The only thing that matters is the Survival and Victory!

 

System requirements

 

Minimum:

  • OS: Windows® 7 / Windows® 8 / Windows® 10​.
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E8500 or AMD Phenom™ II X3 720.
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM.
  • Video Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 440 or AMD™ Radeon™ HD 5670 or Intel® HD Graphics 5000.
  • Hard Disk Space: 3 GB.
  • Additional: Broadband Internet connection.

Recommended:

  • OS: Windows® 7 / Windows® 8 / Windows® 10 64-bit.
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-3330, AMD™ FX-6300, or better. 
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM.
  • Video Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 750 Ti or AMD™ Radeon™ R7 260X or better.
  • Hard Disk Space: 3 GB.
  • Additional: Broadband Internet connection.

 

Vehicle characteristics:

 

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  • Power Score (PS) describes the vehicle's approximate power. This value is the sum of the PS of all parts installed on the vehicle.
  • The structure value shown in the characteristics window represents the maximum health of the car. In combat, structure is displayed in the form of health bars at the bottom of the screen. Upon receiving damage structure decreases. When the value drops to zero, the player's car is destroyed.
  • The number of parts is one of the factors limiting the player's possibilities in the design of combat vehicle
  • Energy is the main resource of the car, limiting its combat power. Available energy is determined by the characteristics of the cabin and installation of additional equipment - generators. Almost all types of weapons and most kinds of hardware consume this resource.
  • Vehicle mass is the total weight of all installed components.
  • Acceleration and speed - Each cabin has individual base speed characteristics, acceleration and maximum speed.

 

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[Different builds - Heavily armored Vs. Lightly armored]

 

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Factions

 

The game has 5 factions. The neutral faction of Engineers, and four additional ones - Lunatics, Nomads, Scavengers and Steppenwolfs.

 

By increasing you reputation with any of the factions you get Structure class parts as a reward (bumpers, frame parts, chassis parts, etc.), and they can't be obtained any other way. In addition the Engineers faction rewards you with new paints, profile portraits, increases for the maximum amount of parts on a vehicle, increases of warehouse space and extra spaces in the garage.

 

Reputation with factions is issued as a reward after battles, the higher the combat effectiveness, the more reputation he will get. With Decor class parts you can provide a bonus to reputation received for fighting.

 

Creating parts

 

All items in the game are divided into five colour categories according to the level of quality:

  • Base - starting parts and all parts of the Structure class. You can't buy, sell or create them, they are issued exclusively as a reward for raising reputation with factions.
  • Common - the most simple parts, which the players can create from scrap metal, commonly given as a reward for participating in battles against other players.
  • Rare - parts of average quality, a wide range of weapons and equipment. The maximum level of quality for cabins and movement parts.
  • Epic - high quality parts and the best hardware.
  • Legendary Items - have the best set of characteristics.
  • Relic - parts of this rarity differ significantly from any other weapons in the game. At the moment, relic weapons are the most powerful, rare, and unusual.

Players can build parts on their own. To create a new part you need coins to rent a workshop with the appropriate blueprint. You need to have a certain number of required parts specified in the blueprints in your warehouse.

 

Gameplay modes

 

When joining a battle you will be offered several types of combat missions:

  • Missions - fights against other players (PvP) in 8v8 teams. Opponent matching takes place on the basis of each player vehicle's Power Score. In case of shortage of players the spots are taken by AI-controlled robots.
  • Raids - players fighting against bots (PvE).
  • Brawls - players fight each other in battles without rules. The mode includes several types of battles: Free for All (the first player with 10 kills wins). Storm warning (the goal of the battle is to survive, which the opponents and the storm on the map are actively trying to prevent, driving into the storm immediately brings your chances of successful outcome of the fight to zero). Race (your task is to be the first to drive through all checkpoints All installed guns will be deactivated). 
  • Clanbattles - in this mode teams battle for a particularly valuable resource, uranium ore. Players are encouraged to create their own clan team of 4 people and fight with the enemy for the most valuable crafting resource.


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Let's give it a try ^^


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Let's give it a try ^^

 

Deffinitely. This could be much fun :), we can upload pics of our creations on the forum, have team battles against each other and against other clans.....So much posibilites



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This looks awesome  :love:

nice review mupping ^^


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Wow that sounds epic! What a brilliant idea lol I'm gonna get try it out later too


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