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Unique vehicles, crafted by the players using a wide range of available parts: From nimble buggies to heavily tracked off-road vehicles or combat platforms on antigrav fields.
Complete freedom of creativity and thousands of possible combinations: Create vehicles of any shape using dozens of parts, wide variety of armour and weapons as well as support systems.
Advanced damage model: Destroy any part of an enemy machine and it will affect the vehicle's performance immediately.
Huge arsenal of weapons: From chain saws, power-drills over machine guns to rocket launchers, flying drones and stealth generators.
Your own workshop: Create new, advanced parts and auction them at the in-game marketplace.
Trading options between players: Every piece that you have gathered in the battle can be sold to other players.
Choose your own battle strategy: The only thing that matters is the Survival and Victory!
PVE MISSIONS WITH PLAYER-CREATED BOSSES
Besides PvP combat, join PvE missions where you can fight against AI driven enemies. With enough experience, you are also able to design and construct your own giant full metal monsters, Leviathans, to fight with other players in special PvE battles.
OS: Windows XP
Processor: 2.0 GHz, Intel Pentium 4 / AMD Athlon II
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Video Card: 512 MB, NVidia / AMD Radeon / Intel (HD 3000, HD 4000) with support for Pixel Shader 3.0 (AMD Radeon X1000 not supported)
Hard Disk Space: 1 GB
Additional: Broadband Internet connection
OS: Windows 7/8
Processor: 2.3 GHz, Intel Core 2 Duo / AMD
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Video Card: 1024 MB, NVidia GeForce 650 / AMD Radeon HD 5750
Hard Disk Space: 1 GB
Additional: Broadband Internet connection
CROSSOUT - The Road to Apocalypse
In 2021 a mysterious viral epidemic known as the 'Crossout' swept the planet, countries and populations simultaneously began to fall at an alarming rate all over the Earth. Those who did not die in the first few days, were plagued by hallucinations and headaches, many people went mad, others and committed suicide. The source of the disease could not be detected but the cities that were once the vibrant social and economic beacons of humanity were left ravaged and deserted.
The media speculated on several possibilities concerning the nature of the disease. Some argued that radiation of cellphones and televisions was infected with a new synthetically engineered virus created by terrorists. Others thought that a virus corrupted the atmosphere following an impact of a large meteorite. Was this an evolutionary leap and the dawn of new humanity?
Many tried to escape the effects of the virus by using different protective measures: they wore face masks to filter the air and completely stopped using electronic devices in favour of more traditional means of communication. But it was all in vain: in just a few days what was once an epidemic became a pandemic unlike anyone had ever seen on such a global scale.
The real cause of the disaster was the sudden failure of a millennia-old selective experiment run by a group of metagalactic aliens intent on the creation of a new kind of intelligent life on Earth. The incident started when an automatic system used to awaken dormant genes in human DNA using a biological alert kicked in a few hundred years ahead of schedule.
The genetic code of the planet's biological material did not form properly. Instead of becoming an army of super-soldiers capable of waging war in a multi-dimensional universe as was intended, humanity turned suicidal and insane. Only those individuals, who, unbeknownst to themselves, passed on to the next evolutionary stage, survived. And though they still preserved their human form, they couldn't be described as truly human any more in the full sense of the word.
Survivors gradually began to change — after fifteen years of transformation, the changes became visible. The most noticeable metamorphosis occurred in the eyes of the affected — some began to glow, while others resembled black holes. To hide their unnatural looks and conceal the mutation, people started wearing padded clothing and sunglasses.
Twenty years have passed after 'Crossout'. Humans still remember their life before the disaster. As always, there are groups trying to recover the old world, while others enjoy the chaos and destruction. But there are those who are not human any more. They hide their faces behind masks, and their motives are unknown.
CHOOSE YOUR FACTION
While you are getting experience from battles, you will also improve your standing with your faction, unlocking new parts, accessing new blueprints, missions and storage space. Choose the one to join!
1. What is Crossout?
Crossout is a post-apocalyptic MMO Action game, where players can craft their unique battle machines from dozens of interchangeable parts, ride them into combat and destroy their enemies in explosive PvP online battles.
2. What is my goal in Crossout?
The game's motto "Сraft – Ride – Destroy" shows exactly what players will be doing in the game. The goal is to create a perfect battle machine, equip it with weapons and then take it into battles with other players.
3. How many classes are available in Crossout?
In Crossout there are no classes. Players are able to create any kind of vehicle they want, using dozens of different parts, a wide variety of armour and weapons as well as support systems.
4. How can I join the testing of the game and when will it start?
Registration on the game's website provides users with subscription to news and a chance to become a tester. The start of testing will be announced later. If you already have an account in War Thunder or Star Conflict, simply sign-in through the form at the main page of www.crossout.net
5. Is the Crossout account united to the ones in War Thunder and Star Conflict?
Yes, these are the games from the same company. A united account for all the games should be authorized at https://gaijin.net to play any of these games.
6. What modes are available in Crossout?
At the moment there are PvP battles for 8vs8 players. Other modes will be added later.
7. Will I be constructing the vehicles myself?
Yes, vehicles are constructed by players all by themselves from different parts.
8. What drive systems can I use to create a vehicle?
Players can use wheels, tracks and hover systems.
9. Will there be any flying vehicles?
Right now, it is only possible to hover.
10. Can I construct two-wheeled vehicles?
Right now players won't be able to use two-wheeled vehicles.
11. Will there be a cabin view?
Not planned at the moment.
12. How will the durability (health) of a vehicle be calculated?
Every vehicle in the game has a complex system of durability calculation. This system may be changed during the testing stage. What we can say for now is that durability will depend on the parts used for construction and the characteristics of the whole vehicle.
13. How will the damage system be realized?
In Crossout we use an advanced damage system, which allows players to destroy any part of an enemy's vehicle. To kick an enemy out of the battle, you'll need to destroy his vehicle's cabin. But even this is not that necessary. Shoot out his wheels and weapons and leave him lying on the ground defenseless without any chance of changing the situation. That's why while constructing a vehicle keep in mind that you can lose almost everything. So defend the most vital parts, duplicate mechanisms to stay alive longer.
14. How does the destruction of a vehicle look? Will there be a burnt out frame of my ride left on the field?
The destroyed vehicle will vanish from the map. But during the battle you'll see wheels, weapons and armour coming off the vehicle.
15. How can I get new parts?
Parts can be earned in battle, crafted from simple parts or bought in the game market.
16. Will players be able to trade with each other?
In the game there is a market where players can buy and sell different parts and blueprints of whole vehicles.
17. I've seen vehicle characteristics in a screenshot. What do they influence?
These are the current characteristics of your vehicle. The influence the number of parts you can use for constructing, the weapons and modules you can add to your vehicle.
18. Can I construct a big truck?
Yes, you can build a giant vehicle, but it will be heavy and will move slowly.
19. What are the age ratings of Crossout?
Age rating is 12+ and 13+ for the USA.
20. Will Crossout be distributed with a subscription business model?
Crossout is a free-to-play game.
21. Who is the developer?
Crossout is developed by Targem Games in collaboration with Gaijin Entertainment.
22. On which platforms will Crossout be available on?
Right now the game is being developed for PC.
23. What are the system requirements for Crossout?
You can find more info on our System Requirements page.
24. Can I run the game on Windows 10?
Yes, you can.