Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled Will Keep Expanding With Racers And Challenges


Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled has run its final Grand Prix content material launch, however extra characters, automobiles, and extra are nonetheless being launched for the sport. Developer Beenox has introduced a raft of latest content material coming to the sport quickly on the Activision Blog.

Coming first is the “Beenox Pack,” which is obtainable in an replace proper now. It will unlock Geary and Crunch as racers within the recreation if you have not gotten them already, and you may additionally nab a Beenox-themed kart, paintjob, sticker, and set of wheels. Beenox-themed skins can be found for Crash, Cortex, and Crunch, whereas Geary has his first ever legendary pores and skin.

The Wumpa Challenge system can also be coming, with rotating day by day, weekly, and month-to-month challenges coming. The Ghost Hunt problem sort is coming again on Nina’s Nightmare monitor, as are developer time trials, which is able to put you towards the quickest occasions managed by the builders at Beenox.

You may also nonetheless declare the Champion Kart, even should you did not participate within the Grand Prix, by finishing Oxide and Velo’s time trials. Beat all of them to nab the kart and particular signature decals.

New pit cease content material can also be coming, together with a particularly cursed new character, Baby Cortex (pictured under). Here’s all the pieces you’ll be able to nab:

  • Three new characters together with the Lab Assistant, Baby Cortex and Baby N. Tropy.
  • Two new karts, each of that are customizable: the Neon Hawk airplane kart and the Nitro GT kart.
  • An assortment of latest Legendary Skins.
  • An assortment of latest shade variations for current Legendary Skins.
  • An assortment of customization gadgets for karts.

Rilla Roo has additionally been “fixed,” so should you do not like his character design in Nitro Fueled, you is perhaps happier now. You may also, amusingly, unlock the Iron Checkpoint Crate as a playable character by discovering and gathering each Beenox crate in every monitor.

New paint jobs and a soundtrack choice are coming, as is a leaderboard wipe, beginning everybody afresh and wiping out some bugged occasions that had risen to the highest.

Crash Team Racing: Nitro Re-Fueled obtained an 8/10 in GameSpot’s review. Oscar Dayus praised the sport as a superb remaster: “Nitro-Fueled maintains the spirit and rock-solid foundations of a childhood favorite while building on it and modernizing it where necessary–even if the handling might take a bit of getting used to.”

The recreation (together with the Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy and Spyro Reignited), has performed properly sufficient that Activision is planning more remasters in the near future. Meanwhile, some followers imagine Sony has been hinting at a new Crash Bandicoot game.