Crossout Has Released A Massive Visual "Supercharged" Update With New Armored Vehicle Parts, Map, And Game Mode
The switch to the 2.0 Targem Engine drastically improves the spectacle of armored vehicle battles.
Over two weeks ago, Gaijin Entertainment announced Crossout would see a massive overhaul to its visuals and even mechanics due to switching to a better engine: The Targem Engine 2.0. We reported it would fundamentally rework lighting, shadows, sound effects, and other areas alongside releasing a "Supercharged" update debuting new post-apocalyptic armored vehicle parts, map, and game mode. If you're a fan of the game, today is quite eventful in all the good ways for you.
The update introduces a new function where players can subscribe to others and receive notifications about their newly-made armor vehicle designs, listing the most popular ones on the ranking board. The addition should empower crafting enthusiasts to create their best works. In the new "Witch Hunt" brawl game mode to celebrate the Halloween holiday, players can earn epic-level armored vehicle parts that can contribute to their masterpieces. Moreover, all vehicles received an update that adjusts how they "feel" - from braking to shifting direction - and an overall sense of speed that amps up the pace of vehicle movement.
"Quarry," a new zone added in the patch where white marble was mined and processed, is divided into two levels with different heights. According to the devs, the upper level is the perfect firing position for long-range vehicles, while the lower level is ideal for close combat and stealth attacks. Supercharged will also revamp other maps in the game with new mechanics that change the topology of zones by "blowing up large objects."
You can watch the significant visual changes in-game today from the video released below and review the patch notes on Crossout's website.
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