Ever since its announcement, Crash Bandicoot fans have been wondering what kind of kart customization options will be offered in Beenox’s Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled. Players will be able to customize their karts using different visual and performance mods by earning them through the game’s Adventure Mode and its in-game currency known as Wumpa coins.
Crash Bandicoot was originally created by Naughty Dog in 1996 for Sony Computer Entertainment it was exclusive to PlayStation. It quickly spawned a number of spin-offs thanks to its massive success. One of those spin-offs was, of course, Crash Team Racing which was released back in 1999. The title is being revitalized now thanks to Beenox and Activision with the upcoming release of Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled.
Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled offers a wide array of kart customization options such as different kart body shapes that players will be able to choose from. They will be able to create their own unique and personalized karts that will stand out from their opponents. Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled will also provide access to different visual mods such as bodies, wheels and paint jobs, as well as stickers and decals, each adding dazzle to their kart. Players will also be able to choose from a variety of skins from the Crash Bandicoot universe.
How To Access Customization Options In Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled:
Each modification part will have to be earned before it can be applied, excluding bonuses of course. Players can also earn special kart parts as random prizes or whenever they complete certain races and challenges in Adventure Mode. Players can also buy parts using Wumpa coins, the in-game currency. Special parts will be different from the regular ones and will offer a considerable advantage. Of course, when players buy these parts, they can be swapped in and out whenever they want without additional charges. When a player buys a part, it belongs to them forever.
Check out the full customization options in this video
Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, developed by Beenox, is arriving on June 21, 2019, on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4.