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The Crossout Team at E3 2016

After the official premiere of Crossout at the E3 exhibition in Los Angeles last year, the development team came back to California to show the media the latest version of the game and discuss upcoming features and further development plans. Like a year ago, journalists were really excited about Crossout. The game received an award from Game World Navigator Magazine for the best free-to-play game of E3 2016.

We gathered the most interesting articles, interviews and impressions of journalists about the latest version of Crossout.

E3 2016: Crossout Preview

Part Twisted Metal, part Minecraft, Gaijin’s latest game creation combines vehicular destruction with the ability to build almost anything. We’ve been covering Crossout for quite some time, but it has only been in a playable Closed Beta state since April, 2016. While at E3 2016, I had the opportunity to discuss some of the recent changes to the game and get to test out my demolition derby skills.

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E3 2016: Crossout crosses vehicular combat with Mad Max madness

Like if Mad Max and Twisted Metal had a baby in a sandbox.

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E3 2016: Don’t ‘Crossout’ Gaijin’s Vehicular Action Game

Player created content is all the kids are talking about these days. The kids just won’t shut up about their Minecraft, consarn it. That’s fine. Really. Different companies have been latching onto the “toy box” trend to put out some rather interesting experiences. Take Gaijin Entertainment and Targem Games, for example. They have been putting quite a bit of work into Crossout and the end results look to pay off.

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E3 2016: WAR THUNDER’S VR MODE AND CROSSOUT’S DEMO

You build your own post-apocalyptic car (but sadly there’s no real avatar customization), go out, and fight other people with it in single-life deathmatches that last about three minutes.

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Crossout Preview – Witness Me

In Crossout you build road vehicles from the ground up by attaching components to one another. You begin with a couple of frame pieces, add on a cabin, and attach some wheels. After that you’ll add guns or accessories and follow it up with a good bit of wasteland armor. Each individual component has a “Power Score”, and the total of this Power Score is the game’s rating of how strong your vehicle is.

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1 July 2016
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