Crossout has received its own Battle Royale Mode

We’re living in a world where Battle Royale is the most popular game mode… in any single game. Therefore, Crossout didn’t miss the chance to hop in the same waters and present their new sort of car quaking Battle Royale.

Targem Games and Gaijin Entertainment have probably thought of adding a BR game mode in Crossout because according to various stats, it’s the most wanted game mode every developer wants to have. Therefore, Crossout new Brawl titled as Battle Royale will merge up to 32 survivors in one game.

Players will appear in random areas across the map, having the same armored vehicles. Each player or each car will be armored with an Auger. From that point, players can scavenge around the map and find new weapons, modules and other parts to install on their vehicle.

This new update also adds a new map, Blood Rocks. It is the largest one up to date. As the developer noted:

This location is a well-known on in the Wastes. Dozens of buildings, mountains of twisted rusty iron, skeletons of permanently frozen mechanisms — all this initially attracted the attention of survivors who hoped to find something useful — but almost all who went there disappeared without a trace.

While it may have seen like Crossout won’t grow any further than it is now, it’s proven to be the opposite.

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