In this mode, two teams will compete in a relatively peaceful contest, with vehicular weapons producing special effects to boost gameplay, rather than damaging or destroying each other. Matches last five minutes, with an overtime period tacked on in case of a tie at the end of regulation.
Competitive players can participate in the Steel Championship, which will be available until June 21, though it may return later. Victories in the tournament will reward players with various decorations. Learn more about the new game mode and the Steel Championship on the Crossout site.