Crossout Adds Single Player & Co-Op Story Campaign Mode
A new Closed Beta has come to Crossout from Gaijin Entertainment, and it’s the new ‘Adventure’ mode. Adventure drops players into a large-scale, story-driven campaign, with lots of side-missions and quests along the way, as well as events. These can be played solo or co-op as well, and as a reward, players will earn a special resource, ‘Engraved Shells’. These can be used to craft unique weapons or decorative elements to install on any Crossout vehicle. For now, the new mode will play on a detailed version of the ‘Blood Rocks’ location, which is currently the biggest location in Crossout with 16 square kilometers. Much larger than the maps found in quick match PvP or PvE encounters, it offers plenty of opportunity to explore, hunt for enemies and do both story and side missions. Players can embark on ‘Adventure’ mode in any of their vehicles – from light to heavy – with the enemies based on the player’s power score. There is no time limit in ‘Adventure’ and players can pause and return to a campaign mission at any time.
The Story Thus Far:
All over the Wastelands, entire settlements seemingly go crazy without reason. Their inhabitants, completely out of their mind and blinded by fury, attack each other in rage, bloodthirsty and hungry for death. The few that survive the madness scatter, their minds blank, to wander the Wastelands without any memories of their past life. The player is one of those survivors, starting as a mere husk of his former self. Over the course of the campaign, the player tries to find out what has happened to him and his former friends and neighbors, who is to blame for it and decide what to do next. Will the unknown hero succeed and find allies that help him unravel the unknown evil that lurks in the Wastelands? Can he find a way to get his memory back? Answers to all of those questions, and more, are waiting in Crossout’s new story mode, ‘Adventure’.
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