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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