Crossout - Arachnida
- In-game purchases optional
- Online play required
- 1 player
- 16 network players
- Remote Play supported
- DUALSHOCK 4 vibration
- Armoured vehicle “Hadogenes”;
- Unique updated portrait “Parker”;
- Unique paint cans “Chitin” and “Toxin”;
- Unique hologram “Stinger”;
- 3000 in-game coins.
Additionally, the player receives:
- A set of unique stickers;
- Cabin “Steppe spider” of epic rarity;
- Rare autocannon “AC43 Rapier”;
- Special autocannon “AC50 Storm” (2 pcs.);
- Mechanical legs of epic rarity “ML-200” (4 pcs.);
- Increases the maximum number of parts used to 60.
Parker was once a loyal Brotherhood fighter. But the Wasteland changed him beyond recognition. He rarely spoke, often disappeared somewhere, and in combat he got out of seemingly hopeless situations without a single scratch. Former friends and fellow soldiers began to fear him and gave him the nickname “Spyder”. As time passed, the Wasteland practically became home to Parker. The affairs of the Brotherhood no longer interested the former soldier. He seriously modified his armoured car and began to spend a lot of time among the Nomads. It seems as if there’s nothing left of old Parker.
The unique armored cars presented in packs are known for their perfect balance of weapons, armour and speed in combat. To put the car in the garage, after starting the game, open the blueprint menu (“B” key ), go to the “Packs” tab, select the desired armoured car and press the “Assemble” button.
When you purchase this pack, the number of parts that can be used to build a vehicle increases up to 60.
Buying the pack also gives early access to several faction-specific structural parts. These parts become available immediately upon purchase and are not issued again upon reaching the appropriate reputation level. Some parts are unique and can only exist in a single copy. When simultaneously buying a standard and deluxe pack the constructional parts and portraits are not duplicated
Unique portraits provide an excellent opportunity to stand out among the survivors.
Paint cans are a way to make your armored car different from the pack.
Coins — is the in-game currency, which is used on the market to purchase armoured car parts from other survivors and to pay for the rent of part-building workbenches. Attention! When buying multiple packs, the acquired coins stack!
- Gaijin Distribution KFT
- Action, Simulation, Unique
Software subject to license (us.playstation.com/softwarelicense).
One-time license fee for play on account’s designated primary PS4™ system and other PS4™ systems when signed in with that account.