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Cross Racing Championship Extreme

Experience the thrills of high-speed on and off road racing across vast open terrains.

Cross Racing Championship Extreme is a sports racing game made and published by Invictus Games Ltd. Racers can contest over 60 races across six distinct environments, ranging from icy mountainous regions and lush countryside to parched desert areas and beaches. CRC appeals to rally and road-racing fans with its crossover approach to vehicles and race circuits. CRC EXTREME edition includes all patches and addons made for CRC, including:60 multiplayer maps; 10 multiplayer gamemodes such as Cross-Race, Return the Flag, Sumo, Capture the Flag, Catch the Flag, Destruction Zone, Free Ride, Gate Hunt, Jamboree and King Zone. Current version also supports Windows 10 and 16:9, 16:10 aspect ratio screens and windowed mode.

Game Info

Release Date: 18 Sep, 2018
Developer: Invictus Games Ltd.
Publisher: Invictus Games Ltd.
Genre: Racing, Sports
Rating: 73/100

Cross Racing Championship Extreme

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System Requirements

Minimum Specifications


OS: Win 7
CPU: Pentium IV 1.4 GHz
RAM: 0.25 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA Gerforce 2 MX 400 or ATI Radeon 8500
HDD: 1 GB

Recommended Specifications


OS: Win 10
CPU: Pentium IV 2.2 GHz
RAM: 0.5 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA 4200, 4600, 5600 or better
HDD: 1 GB

Game Features:

  • Multiple gameplay modes including various single player and multiplayer dedicated game modes.
  • Non linear career mode and special “hot seat” mode.
  • Fully player customisable cars including race number, decals, paint job and performance tuning.
  • Highly detailed interiors, particle effects, detailed car components including articulated suspension systems and glowing disc brakes.
  • There are five default soundtracks from the rock/metal band SZEG.

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Cross Racing Championship Extreme Review

7.3 Total Score
Good

CRC Extreme is a Patched and Fixed Version of CRC 2005. This is a perfect mix between sim and arcade. You get realistic movement of the vehicle, but it isn't as precise as in some hardcore sims and doesn't require a wheel to play. It looks very good for its age. There are other game modes than racing in multiplayer. Damage modeling is not bad, you can loose wheels and parts of the car and all deformations are dynamic. What really marks CRC as excellent value for money is not the endless mods that you can make to the cars, nor the exacting tuning of the car you can work on, not the many game modes which all distinguish themselves, not even the fact that the AI is spot on with the challenges it offers, neither the great attention to scenery details, car deformation, which it is presented in a polished and stylish way. A must play for any who like's and want to learn racing basics!

Good
7.3
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