The latest Crossout update is entitled ‘Supercharged’, and lives up to its name.
Supercharged Crossout Update Brings Better Visuals and New Content
Crossout 2.0 sees the inauguration of the Targem Engine, which makes the high-octane car-on-car violence look better than ever. But it's not the only improvement, as new controls, sound, camera, and interface make players' lives in the apocalypse more immersive than ever. Plus, PC players with a different kind of suped-up rig will now find support for NVIDIA DLSS 2 technology, which delivers both high-def images and frame rate.
"In the Supercharged update, we not only made Crossout more technologically advanced, but also significantly redesigned the visual style, controls and gameplay. To make it easier for experienced Wasteland warriors to get acquainted with the new Crossout, many features - like the operation of the camera or the new hovercraft control scheme - can be customized to provide you with the most comfortable gaming experience, " said Stanislav Skorb, head of the Crossout development team.
The Crossout update also comes with a slew of in-game content. This includes improved crafting, with an added ability to subscribe to the wasteland's best car-tisans and receive notifications whenever they build a new vehicle of destruction. The most popular of these will even join a ranking board.
A new marble-rich map called "Quarry" provides a change of scenery, with an arena divided into two main levels: an upper level perfect for long-range vehicles, and a lower one for close combat and stealth. Existing maps have also received a glow-up, with mechanics that allow players to change topology by blowing things up.
Finally, the new Witch Hunt brawl game mode encourages players to engage in a spot of Halloween-themed fun. This includes chasing holiday balloons, collecting witch cauldrons, and tossing time bombs on rivals. Classic Halloween activities for all the family to enjoy. Taking part will bestow candy galore, which can then be exchanged for various cosmetics.