For those who are not familiar with Gaijin Entertainment, they are a team of game developers from Russia. This team is responsible for some pretty popular online games like War Thunder, Star Conflict, but they made their name about ten years ago with the IL: Sturmovik 2 WWII war plane simulation.
Crossout is their newest project and it’s still in the BETA testing phase. Even so, it attracted thousands of players from around the world. That’s because it brings an awesome mix of driving, shooting, and car building. Twisted Metal fans are going crazy about this game, so let’s take a closer look at what you can expect from it.
Building your car
Before you turn the ignition on and drive, you will have to build your car from scratch. This is one of the best parts of the game because no car is alike. Every player can create his own ride, bit by bit, and part by part. Some players come up with huge machines that pack many different weapons, while others like to keep it simple by constructing a small but agile ride. Everything depends on your playing style and you can always rebuild and customize your vehicle if needed.
Battle against others in the arena
Once your car is set up the way you want it, take it to the arena and test it out against other players. You will sometimes have to sacrifice armor for speed or for more firepower, so make sure you set up your car correctly.
There are about 10 different maps and they are always chosen randomly. Each battle holds rewards in the form of car parts and scrap metal you need to improve your car.
Unlock new and powerful parts
As you level up, you will unlock different factions and their parts. You can then use the scrap metal and other resources you gathered to produce rare and powerful guns that will give you an edge over your opponents.
Install a tow missile or a large cannon and destroy the other team from a distance, or install a couple of shotguns and get up close and personal. It is all up to you.