In this episode: Don’t let your guard down The immortal classic Parasite Bird patrol A flipped ride is a ride destroyed, well, usually. That’s why when an enemy spotted Monw3 upside-down, he began firing at his vital modules, instead of rushing ahead to get an easy frag. But looks like the preying sniper did not have enough luck that day and became a prey himself. Turning just in time Monw3 let loose a deadly rocket barrage that ripped the enemy ride to shreds. That’s why you never let your guard down! The prize of Gold is out, congratulations! CRD Gaming is at it again, making some awesome builds. Some might say that his machines are works of art, as they easily combine the grace of racing cars with the functionality of military vehicles. This work of art looks like a muscle car, but has something more beyond the sheer horsepowers, it has a couple of big guns. This ride is an apt tool, especially in the hands of an able driver! A driver that will soon get 1000 Gold. You deserve it! Everyone knows that the mass of a vehicle is an important value. A heavy ride can push its enemies around, but it is more difficult to control. Mr. Balloon Hands’s car is rather light, but is designed for close combat with a harpoon. That harpoon attaches the vehicle to the enemy, prevents the enemy from fleeing, until the target is nothing but a mass of mangled metal. A real parasite-ride! Balloon Hands, the coins are yours, stand by for delivery! What can be a spirit animal of a daredevil driver that recognizes no authority and sees no obstacle too great? A bird, of course! These feathered creatures are proud and look at everyone from above, holding their head high and dropping nasty surprises onto surface dwellers. Krisstal really enjoys the last bit, so he built THIS. Wow, this gotta be the most insulting way of attacking your foe, we’ve ever seen on this show. Oh well, and funny, too! Krisstal, have these! Now it’s time to pick the best comment of the past week: Nelson Lee says: Im tuning in again to the crossout cooking show Please respond to your original comment with your in-game nickname and email address so we can send you your prize. Please, be advised that the prize gold may take up to five business days to be added to your in-game account. Thank you for watching this episode! Okay, let’s recap the three simple steps on how to submit your video to Crossout Show. STEP 1. Record and put together a video. ATTENTION! The submitted video must be made by you, must be published for the first time, must have public access for viewers and must not violate any copyright laws. STEP 2. Subscribe to our Youtube channel and hit the like button below this video. STEP 3. Upload your video to Youtube and send us a direct link to [email protected] The covering email should contain the desired category for your video, your in-game nickname and the email address registered with your game account, so we can send you the reward should your submission win! Every week four submissions will win 1000 Gold! We will also be awarding the best comment of the week with 300 Gold. So, get your engines revving, make some content, send it to us, or simply watch and comment, either way – we’ve got plenty gold to go around! See ya in a week!