Witch Hunt in Crossout!

As we already know, the in-game “Witch Hunt” starts in Crossout on October 16, and everyone will be able to feel the Halloween spirit in the Wasteland and get unique festive decorations and paint cans. It is planned that event will be launched simultaneously on all the platforms (PC, PS4 and Xbox One). Participate in the updated “Witch Hunt” brawl, collect “Tricky treats” and “dress up” your armoured vehicle so that even Odegon herself has goosebumps when meeting you!

Event features:

  • October 16 will see the start a special brawl “Witch Hunt”.
    • In the brawl you can earn special temporary event resource - “Tricky treats”.
    • Victory in the brawl goes to the person who can keep festive balloons on his armoured vehicle longer than others and earn 100 points.
    • The brawl offers pre-assembled blueprints with boosters and without weapons.
    • To take the holiday balloons from the enemy, you only need to crash into his car. And remember: a high-speed chase is not the only way out. Show your cunning and ingenuity!
    • The brawl will remain available during the whole event and will replace other brawls. On Saturday and Sunday (according to the schedule) we plan to launch ‘Battle royale’ mode in addition to the ‘Witch Hunt’.
    • For 4 successful battles (1 - 4 place) in the "Witch hunt" player gets 200 “Tricky treats”. Attention! This task can be completed only once!
  • You can also earn “Tricky treats” resource in a special PvP-mission “Trick or treat!”.
  • Both “Witch Hunt” brawl and “Trick or treat!” mission are available for the players of lvl. 4 in the Engineers faction and higher.
  • “Tricky treats” along with other resources can be exchanged for unique decor, paint and stickers in a special “Witch Cauldron” workbench.
  • At the end of the in-game event, all unused treats will be withdrawn without replacements.
  • The event will last till the 1st of November.

And now the most delicious part — the “Witch Cauldron” menu!

Decor

“Crazy exhaust”

  • Rarity: rare
  • Increases combat reputation gain by 2%

Resources required for production:

  • 400 units of scrap metal
  • 150 units of copper
  • 100 units of “Tricky treats”

“D minor” horn

  • Rarity: epic
  • Increases combat reputation gain by 3%

Resources required for production:

  • 250 units of scrap metal
  • 500 units of wires
  • 450 units of copper
  • 200 units of “Tricky treats”
  • 250 units of plastic

Hearse horn

  • Rarity: epic
  • Increases combat reputation gain by 3%

Resources required for production:

  • 250 units of scrap metal
  • 200 units of wires
  • 450 units of copper
  • 200 units of “Tricky treats”
  • 100 units of plastic

“Horror show”

  • Rarity: epic
  • Increases combat reputation gain by 3%

Resources required for production:

  • 250 units of scrap metal
  • 200 units of wires
  • 450 units of copper
  • 200 units of “Tricky treats”
  • 100 units of plastic

“Why so serious?” horn

  • Rarity: epic
  • Increases combat reputation gain by 3%

Resources required for production:

  • 250 units of scrap metal
  • 500 units of wires
  • 450 units of copper
  • 200 units of “Tricky treats”
  • 250 units of plastic

“Skull pipe”

  • Rarity: legendary
  • Increases combat reputation gain by 4%

Resources required for production:

  • 100 units of scrap metal
  • 750 units of electronics
  • 750 units of copper
  • 300 units of “Tricky treats”
  • 750 units of batteries

“Pumpalloons”

  • Rarity: legendary
  • Increases combat reputation gain by 4%

Resources required for production:

  • 100 units of scrap metal
  • 500 units of electronics
  • 750 units of copper
  • 300 units of “Tricky treats”
  • 500 units of batteries

“Jack-o'-lantern”

  • Rarity: legendary
  • Increases combat reputation gain by 4%

Resources required for production:

  • 100 units of scrap metal
  • 500 units of electronics
  • 750 units of copper
  • 300 units of “Tricky treats”
  • 500 units of batteries

Paint cans

“Rare” paint cans: “Easy target” and “Nocturnal Hunter”

Resources required for production:

  • 400 units of scrap metal
  • 150 units of copper
  • 100 units of “Tricky treats”

“Epic” paint can “Mummy”

Resources required for production:

  • 250 units of scrap metal
  • 500 units of wires
  • 450 units of copper
  • 200 units of “Tricky treats”
  • 250 units of plastic

“Epic” paint can “The Harvest”

Resources required for production:

  • 250 units of scrap metal
  • 200 units of wires
  • 450 units of copper
  • 200 units of “Tricky treats”
  • 100 units of plastic

“Legendary” paint can “Death mask”

Resources required for production:

  • 100 units of scrap metal
  • 750 units of electronics
  • 750 units of copper
  • 300 units of “Tricky treats”
  • 750 units of batteries

Stickers

“Rare” stickers: “Pumpker” and “Red Widow”

Resources required for production:

  • 400 units of scrap metal
  • 150 units of copper
  • 100 units of “Tricky treats”

“Epic” stickers: “Air Witch Force”, “The Headless Driver” and “Bat out of hell”

Resources required for production:

  • 250 units of scrap metal
  • 500 units of wires
  • 450 units of copper
  • 200 units of “Tricky treats”
  • 250 units of plastic

Looking awesome... The engines of armoured vehicles for the “Witch Hunt” are already roaring, and the event itself will last until November 1. Prepare your spooky costumes, the clock is counting down!

We remind you that all the new features described in the “Developer blog” are not final and may be changed before they are introduced into the game or may not make it into the game at all.


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11 October 2018
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