Crossout Operation Radiance Brings New Map, Ravager Vehicles, and More

Crossout November 24 Update
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Crossout’s latest update is here and it brings Operation Radiance, a limited-time event only active till March 19. It features a lot of cool content to the game, including a new map, several new Ravager Vehicles, exclusive rewards, and much more.

Radiance is similar to the Infected mode in Call of Duty. The mode starts with two infected players who have to infect 10 regular players. The mode will be playable on a brand-new map called Northern Plan, which is specifically created for it. Key features of this game mode are mentioned below.

  • Operation “Radiance” is a PvP-brawl where at first a small team of 2 “infected” players fight against a team of 10 regular players.
  • The operation takes place on a new map “Northern path” created specifically for this mode.
  • The survivors start the battle on their own armored vehicles. The first ravager-players and the “infected” players use the preset vehicles.
  • There are certain conditions for the survivor vehicles. The PS of your armored car must not be lower than 2000 and must not exceed 10000 and it should not have:
    • Boosters.
    • Fuel barrels or fuel tanks.
    • Explosives (“Boom” or “Lancelot”).
    • Harpoon “Skinner.”
    • Cabin “Werewolf.”
  • The durability of the Ravager vehicles is initially low, but this is compensated by the fact that they have an unlimited number of respawns after destruction.
  • Ravager visors are their weak point. Destroying the visor will temporarily disable the machine.
  • Ravager vehicles are equipped with the “Argus” module, which will help them detect and destroy mines and other projectiles.
  • The goal of the survivors is to reach the final point of the location, completing all the tasks.
  • The Ravager team should prevent the second team from completing the tasks and “infect” as many players as possible.
  • Infection of a regular player occurs when he collides with an infected player.
  • Survivors can not only drive away from their enemies, but also try to destroy them at a distance. The main thing is to avoid contact with the enemy.
  • After being “infected,” the survivor joins the opposite team. Now his goal is to infect his former teammates.
  • The total number of points you earn directly depends on how efficiently you played. For example, if you actively helped the team complete tasks for survivors, but at the end you were infected, you will still get a sufficient amount of points, and your efforts will not go unrewarded. Actions for both the team of survivors and the team of infected will be counted.
  • The player is rewarded with scrap metal for each battle. The amount of scrap metal depends on the number of points scored at the end of the battle.

The above details are only a portion of the complete patch notes. You can read more about Crossout Operation Radiance on Steam.

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