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New version of Gv 53 I Tsu. Way bigger, stronger, better protection.
When Nests were introduced into the game I decided to put a roof on it. I decided to keep it, because it looks cool and brings extra protection against Nests and Mandrakes.
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This Crossout build is made for aggressive plays. It fights ramming builds head-on, destroying them in 1 ram. Terrorizing the battlefield with the constant fire of its Reaper minigun, throwing enemies around with its Skinner harpoon.
What an EPIC screenshot !!
I'd love to get the blueprint !
It's available on the exhibition. Just search for 'Gv 24 XII Rea'.
Minitank with minigun.
My favorite car.
Nice looking !
Looks really nice! I like it!
Available on the exhibition.
A variant of the Gv 24 XI Tsu. This version uses the Reaper minigun instead of the Tsunami cannon. I've been thinking about buying a Reaper for this build for a long time. I finally decided to do so and it's safe to say that this build is back in close-combat like it used to be - back when it used two Junkbow shotguns.
This build has better acceleration compared to the tsunami version (66% instead of 58%). The front is also protected against ramming builds because of a Defence Line (bumper) that is placed directly after the Blade Wings. Behind that is a normal part (Eastern Front, because that was the only suitable part that was 1 piece thicc, 4 pieces wide and 3 pieces tall.
Minigun go BRRRRRRRRRRT
Newer version of the Gv 48 XI Sle. Now with Maces instead of Sledgehammers. This build has more ramming protection on the sides than the previous version. It's 21% heavier, but the acceleration stayed the same. That's because the cabin is now upgraded for 20% extra power and -17% mass. The engine is also upgraded for additional power. Changes to the frames have been made to cut some weight.
This vehicle is available on exhibition.
This is a newer version of the Gv 24 X Tsu. The train plow is lower to the ground, making it less vulnerable to wedges. It now has hatches in front to lunge into enemies and to protect itself from ramming builds. An earlier version of the Gv 24 actually used to have hatchets in front as well, but got removed in the versions that followed (the versions which had the blades in front of the Hell lamps).
It has lost some durability, but that is primarily due to Crossout updates I had to adapt to; weight limit issues I had solved through changing the frames a little bit and the armoring underneath and in the sides of the Crossout build.
In conclusion: the build once again underwent structural changes without damaging the outside.
The Gv 24 has been around for like three years now and will continue to exist in the future.
The biggest out of all my Crossout builds (at the time of writing). This Crossout build is based on my Gv 49 XII Tsu.
Newer version of the Gv 49 XI Tsu. Some structural changes are made. The front of this build is supposed to look like a giant spiky shield.
This newer version of Gv 37 X Tsu had a lot of changes to the structure of the build. Steppenwolf parts have been replaced by Nomad parts.
I really like that build
How can I build this myself?
When I come online I may put it on exhibition for you :)
A heavy Crossout build that survives frontal collisions with ramming builds unscratched. It has two tsunami's and an Echo cabin for extra reload speed when necessary. This build can drift and slam builds of cliffs with it's booty.
Newer version of the Gv 49 VIII Tsu. More details coming later, maybe.
Daaamn the last creation of GV Customs is sick ! Saw it driftin it's way in Bedlam, awesome.
Is that on the pc exhibition?
Yes, but the one on exhibition is a newer version. Just look for Gv 49. They are similar, though.
Newer version of the Gv 48 X Sle. This version has better frontal protection and now has two RN Seal radiators instead of 1. It has had a few structure and framework improvements at the cost of 300kg weight increase. The build is a bit longer now as well, which has it's pros and cons.
This Crossout build is a newer version of the Gv 49 VI(I) Tsu. The outside stayed almost the same, but inside there are definately major changes.
This is currently, at the time of writing this (April 16th '19), my strongest out of all my Crossout builds.
This Crossout build is the truck version of the Gv 24 VIII Tsu. It still uses the same wheels, Twin-Wheels, but it now has two Tsunamis and an Opressor engine instead of a Cheetah engine. More information coming later.. maybe.
This crazy Crossout build is older than the Gv 24 VIII Tsu. This used to be ThijsRadijs' personal vehicle. It is a very fast build with a front that can take some rams.
This is one of my oldest Crossout builds still alive.
This Crossout build is light, has reasonable structure and weaponry. Though what makes this build special is that it has an extremely strong bumper.
This Crossout build is rather unusual, because I primarily make cannon builds.
This Crossout build is based on a half-track artillery tractor and recovery vehicle of the French forces during World War II.
Unlike most of my Crossout builds, this build has different colors; to better represent the vehicle it is based on.
A newer version of the Gv 48 IX Sle. This is one of my smaller Crossout builds.
More information coming later.. maybe.
My first 10k+ out of all my Crossout builds.
More information coming later.. maybe..
The Gv 24 X Tsu is a newer version of the original Gv 24 VIII Tsu; which is my personal Crossout build.
Most of my Crossout builds do not have lots of hardware. This one however has 7 pieces of hardware: a car jack, radio, small ammo pack, radar detector, scope, another radar, and an engine.
This Crossout build originally used dual Piercers, then upgraded to dual Avenger cannons, then upgraded to dual Judge cannons and now it has reached the point of dual BC Tsunami.
The only thing that did not change was the low-profile design and the use of Stallion wheels to keep it as low-profile as possible.
This build is kinda odd compared to other Crossout builds I've made - never have I ever made a concept like this.
The Gv 42 II Xc Tsu is a low-profile Crossout build that has two tracks at the front, two hardened tracks in the middle and two Bigfoot wheels at the rear.
For a significant period of time, this was one of my strongest Crossout builds.
It is able to do good damage with the tsunami and can penetrate through armor using the executioner mounted at the rear. People sometimes confuse the Executioner with a Mammoth, because I put pieces of armor around it.
A light, fast, and agile Crossout build. It has excellent grip and is incredible at offroad terrains. A rare occasion of me creating Crossout builds with shotguns.
In my opinion, out of all Crossout builds I've made, this is the best. The Gv 24 VIII Tsu, also known as the Gv Tsu, is a heavy, fast, and durable vehicle. It has four twin-wheels (2 non-ST) to hold the weight of 11 tons. It's speed is great; considering the vehicle's weight on a PS of only 5.3k.
i missed u.....mai broda