The apocalypse never seems to lack for fresh bodies. Such is the case with Gaijin Entertainment's and Targem Games' free-to-play vehicular mayhem title Crossout, which was announced today as having drawn three million players in just its first full month of release.
In addition to that lofty number, the press release also boasts a few more impressive digits: 150 million vehicles in PvP and and 1.5 million Leviathans, player-constructed PvE boss enemies, have been destroyed. Over eight million new items have been constructed, with one million transactions occurring via the marketplace every day.
There's more to come, too. Targem Games' CEO promises that "next week new PvE adventures on a challenging mountain landscape will be made available" and new factions, vehicle parts, and game modes are "in the pipeline."
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