Targem Games released a new video today highlighting some of the gameplay in their vehicle battle MMO Crossout. A combat game with a Mad Max feel, Crossout allows players to build their own weaponized vehicles and take them into battle.

”Closed Battle Testing” is underway now and can be signed up for via the game’s site.

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  1. Merkadis on January 31, 2016

    Hrm.. could be something, putting it to watch list i guess.

  2. thebrainz on January 30, 2016

    Hate to burst your bubble, but Dota2 and LoL are far more popular in other regions compared to NA. Dota2 is flooded with Russians while LoL in Europe has 2 times bigger playerbase than NA.

  3. Jafarson on January 29, 2016

    i fqin’ love this game! playing from first test and game is great

  4. Apoth on January 29, 2016

    Always weary of these “customize your own X” games… cause you know there is really only going to be 1 or 2 viable options once people figure out what is the best…

  5. Demobendo on January 29, 2016

    I am waiting please if someone has a key be my hero !!!

    Jk I will wait like everyone else but I am very much looking forward to it..

    • Demobendo on January 29, 2016


      I have invite!!!

  6. Vaxxa on January 28, 2016

    A Robocraft game with Death Race style? Seems interesting…

    • Curst on January 28, 2016

      Yeah, it is interesting. Even in this early stage the game is quite enjoyable and addicting. However, even though it’s less hardcore than War Thunder it is probably going to be still too hardcore for an average player. Especially an average western player.

      • Spectre on January 29, 2016

        psh plz i grew up playing twisted metal to hardcore i think it will be to soft for me

        • Curst on January 29, 2016

          If you say so. Compared to Twisted Metal, this game has extremely intricate and flexible vehicle creation, realistic physics, and detailed damage model. Lots of freedom to create an unstoppable killing machine and then use it effectively, even more freedom to fail miserably at every step of the way.

          Or who knows, perhaps you’re not an average player. Because from my experience western players (Americans even more so than Europeans) usually prefer their games to be easy and relaxing.

          • Mr.K_HUN on January 29, 2016

            Well if that was the case much less people would be playing LoL, Dota2 and other mobas. Those things are everything but relaxing…

          • Demobendo on January 30, 2016

            I hate to break it to you but the phyiscs could use some rework in this game many of the animations are not smooth by a long shot.