Crossout - Buyer's Guide

In a post-apocalyptic world, craft battle machines and engage in PvP battles. Enjoyable combat meets pay-to-win mechanics, poor community, and technical issues. A big no-go for gamers seeking fun and engaging experiences.
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In a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by the mysterious Crossout virus, survivors must band together to rebuild. As part of the resistance, players craft unique battle machines from interchangeable parts and engage in explosive PvP battles. With unparalleled creative freedom, players can design vehicles with thousands of possible combinations. But beware – a complex damage model and arsenal of weapons ensure that destruction is a real threat. Will you emerge victorious and uncover the truth behind the apocalypse?

Should I play Crossout in 2024?

The good

  • [No positive feedback provided in the reviews]

The bad

  • Game doesn’t start, EAC (Easy Anti-Cheat) issues.
  • Pay-to-win mechanics.
  • No solo queue, forced to play against premade squads.
  • Endless grinding and very unbalanced gameplay.
  • Small player base, often playing with bots.
  • Insane power creep due to battle pass exclusive items.
  • Awful community.


🚗💥 Crossout had a lot of potential with its creative vehicle combat mechanics, but it seems to be plagued by a series of significant issues. From technical problems that prevent the game from starting, to pay-to-win mechanics and an unbalanced, grind-heavy experience, it doesn’t sound like 2024 is the year to jump into this particular wasteland. The small player base and poor community sentiment don’t help its case either. Unless there are major updates or overhauls, you might want to steer clear of this one. 🎮🔄💤

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