In this episode: I have the high ground! This is the way Blame us Side biter Long range firefights are all about having the high ground. The matter is reversed for point blank shooting, though. Having a high ground up close is usually a bad thing, the guns won’t go down that low. Hey, we thought so too, until we saw a video by Rodney Craig. A salvo of two high caliber guns in the roof of the ride, the enemy had no chance. Time to master the art of jump fighting. Ok, now let’s transfer the Gold to the winner! While attempting to escape bounty hunters, the galaxy’s most famous green baby settled in at the Wastes. But in order to survive the new harsh world, the baby’s hover crib had to be modified, by strapping on a couple of missile launchers and a stealth generator! DjNexa followed the tracker beacon to the target. Sorry, we got no fancy metal bars for you, but how about 1000 Gold coins? In one of our previous episodes, we have witnessed a two-wheeled ride and challenged you guys to make a single wheel machine! Looks like Krisstal took that challenge personally. He constructed a rather pretty looking ride, all things considered, a ride that uses a single wheel mounted in the middle of its hull. Despite its apparent unwieldy nature, this vehicle is really quite capable, raking in a hefty list of frags. As well as a bunch of Gold Coins in Crossout Show, congratulations! Most melee-oriented rides got their spikey bits in the front. But Petya Krasavin forgoes classic solutions. Instead, he designed a vehicle that has all its weapons mounted broadside. Quite an unusual approach, that has its pros and cons. Pros mostly. This build allows to have extra saws, the principal weapon of the ride. The opponents also have a hard time understanding where the weapons that threaten them are. Petya Krasavin, the coins are yours! Enjoy spending them. Now it’s time to pick the best comment of the past week: Rhodes 3 says: 1:Raider: “Imma try flanking that guy!” Runs directly into Mr. Proteus’ crosshairs Gavin Massey says: :Him: I’ve got you now. Me: can’t touch this. 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!