Vehicle Mayhem Ensues as Crossout Launches
Starting today, fans of post-apocalyptic vehicles can get their builds on in Targem Games and Gaijin Entertainment's Crossout. The game -- now available on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 -- allows players to craft vehicles using anything they can find in the game's post-apocalyptic wasteland. Anything from old cars to doors and chainsaws can be used to create weapons, drones, and more.
Crossout offers players a variety of modes and maps to play on as well as the ability to interact with the community by joining factions or participating in the a player controlled economy.
PC players can download the game via the official site. Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players will need to grab it via their system's store.
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All PVP missions are bit too short only 2-3 mins and all missions are same (capture base point). So yeah most of ppl. just rush to base point without fight.
Players progress true game is bit slow.
Match making is bit unfair.
Rewards after missions lose/wins are way too low. ( Win missions by shaving off enemies sniper canons and in this way saving your team mates who capturing point wont give you much exp or anything else)
Over all its grind for nothing game. I even dare to say that RoboCraft is better game. Cross out just looks cool and fresh.