The vehicular mayhem starts soon! Gaijin Entertainment has announced closed beta signups for Crossout, but if you want guaranteed access, you can buy one of three early access packs for the game — because that’s how things work these days.

Each of the packs has a colorful name — Born to Fly, Midgar, and The Tramp — and come with guaranteed beta access and the usual variety of in-game goodies, including a vehicle, weapon, character portrait, and paint cans to customize your vehicles’ looks. Born to Fly costs $19.99 and offers the unique fast vehicle “Iron Claw” and 1300 coins for in-game purchases. Midgar goes for $29.99 and grants the unique heavy vehicle “Fenrir” and 2,000 coins. Buying The Tramp for $49.99 gets you the unique heavily armored vehicle “The Tramp” (of course) and 3,500 coins.

The full closed beta announcement can be found here. If you’re not looking to shell out right now, you can just sign up for the closed beta on the Crossout web site and hope for the best. Good luck and may your aim be true!

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Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a wide range of experience to MMOBomb, including two years with Beckett Media where he served as the editor of the leading gaming magazine Massive Online Gamer. He has also written professionally for several gaming websites.

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  1. RenTheRose on April 6, 2016

    ignoring all the hate jest the thought of a new twisted metal style game with a player base make me slightly wet ‘///.///’

  2. anticriminal on April 6, 2016

    I dont care, i not play pay to win games, they proved that !

  3. Jafarson on April 6, 2016

    i’m playing this game from alpha and it’s great!

  4. DemoboDe on April 5, 2016

    I played this game in closed beta its progression system is very pay to win…

  5. Jaeger on April 5, 2016

    Gaijin are incompetent hacks.

    • LinkoN on April 6, 2016


    • anticriminal on April 6, 2016

      They are poor scammers from s hithole, very greedy for cash let them milk own nation, smart ppl not going to pplay this pay to win poop

      • Curst on April 6, 2016

        Since when ignorant prejudiced hicks = smart people? This game is not even developed by Gaijin, they are only publishing it.

  6. Myeyeballsnowhavecancer on April 5, 2016

    Seeing the prices for that in-game content was like cancer to my eye balls.