Claim a Crossout code for a special Beach Buggy pack

Crossout is a free-to-play vehicular combat game from Targem Games and Gaijin Entertainment. Set in a post-apocalyptic world, players create and craft their vehicles from a range of parts and then take part in explosive PvP battles online.

Thanks to Targem Games and Gaijin Entertainment, we have 400 special Beach Buggy packs to give away. These codes include;

  • Beginner’s armoured car “Beach Buggy”
  • Paint can “Lagoon”  (1 pc)
  • Sticker “Beach Sheriff”  (1 pc)

A fast and efficient buggy. Equally good in combat for catching and shooting the enemy, and on the beach — for recreation and carefree racing.

Crossout Beach Buggy Giveaway

To claim your key, simply enter your email address in the field above, click the key and wait to receive an email.

To redeem the code you’ll need to head to the Gaijin store. If you are a Steam user, you’ll need to link your Steam account to your email address by following these instructions.

Crossout is free-to-play on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Android.

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