Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled may have had its last grand prix, but don’t think that means an end to the racing. That’s because Beenox and Activision have today announced their future plans for the game, and it’s anything but a drop off in support. In fact, there’s a whole bunch of Wumpa themed goodies coming your way – some of which you may recognise.
However, that doesn’t mean they’re just recycling all their old assets, either.
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Firstly, we’ll be getting the so-called Beenox Pack – an update that will add a range of Beenox themed content to the game; we’re talking skins, paint job, wheels, etc. Then there are the previous special challenges, which will remain available to all, whilst the Ghost Hunt will also be making a return. The Golden Wumpa Hunt is also being rolled out across all tracks, too. Because you can never have too much of a good thing, right?
Then there’s the inclusion of new time trial ghosts, who’ll be recreating the racing lines of Beenox themselves. But they’re not just there for filler – beat them all and you might just get a special prize… Plus, the extra content that will be made available on the popular Pit Stop store, bringing with it a selection of new characters on to the starting grid.
Finally, content that was previously only attainable by doing well in grand prixs will now be more universally available (e.g. beat the times set by Oxide and Velo, and get yourself a champion kart with a special decal, or visit the shop for any previously missed items). And content in the Pit Stop can also be refreshed twice daily by pressing a special button.
The remaining changes can be found here – including an iron checkpoint crate, which gifts you a new character. Although, you’ve got to find it first…
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