How Many Tracks are in Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled?

Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled is out now and you can read our review here.

Like all kart racers, there are plenty of Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled characters to choose. You can learn all about them in our guide.

Another thing that all good kart racing games have is tracks and lots of them. There are plenty of Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled tracks for you to race on, so lets find out what they are.

Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled Tracks

In Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled, tracks are split between those that appeared in the original game and those that were in Crash Nitro Kart.

All of the tracks in Adventure Mode come from the original Crash Team Racing. To access the Crash Nitro Kart tracks, you’ll need to head to the Arcade or Online modes.

In Adventure Mode you’ll be able to race on the following tracks;

  • Crash Cove
  • Mystery Caves
  • Sewer Speedway
  • Roo’s Tubes
  • Slide Coliseum
  • Turbo Track
  • Coco Park
  • Tiger Temple
  • Papu’s Pyramid
  • Dingo Canyon
  • Polar Pass
  • Tiny Arena
  • Dragon Mines
  • Blizzard Bluff
  • Hot Air Skyway
  • Cortex Castle
  • N.Gin Labs
  • Oxide Station

In addition, in Adventure mode, you can access the Crash Team Racing Crystal Challenge tracks Skull Rock, Nitro Court, Parking Lot, Rocky Road, Lab Basement, Rampage Ruins and The North Bowl.

To play any of the Crash Nitro Kart tracks, you’ll need to head to Local Arcade and choose one from there. The tracks are;

  • Inferno Island
  • Jungle Boogie
  • Clockwork Wumpa
  • Android Alley
  • Electron Avenue
  • Deep Sea Driving
  • Thunder Struck
  • Tiny Temple
  • Meteor Gorge
  • Barin Ruins
  • Out of Time
  • Assembly Lane
  • Hyper Spaceway

There are also five Crystal Challenge/Battle arenas from Crash Nitro Kart. They are Temple Turmoil, Frozen Frenzy, Desert Storm, Magnetic Mayhem and Terra Dome.

There is also one bonus track called Retro Stadium, although it may only be available on the PS4 version.

For each of the racing tracks, players can play a Single Race, Time Trial, Relic Race and CTR Challenge. Arena tracks can be played in Crystal Challenge or Battle Mode.

All up, there are 44 tracks across all modes in Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled.

Leo Stevenson
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