Gaijin Entertainment developed War Thunder, a free-to-play WWII MMO. The company's next project will stay in the same genre, as it has announced another free-to-play MMO: Crossout.
Vehicular combat makes its return in Crossout, though it sounds a whole lot like Mad Max based on the description. Players will be able to upgrade their respective vehicles over the course of the game as they fight their way through a post-apocalyptic world.
Gaijin promises a ton of parts in the game, allowing for more customization options. That also includes the type of vehicle players can use. Some people may prefer dune buggies, while others will graduate to beefed up trucks with ridiculously huge tires. Let those imaginations run wild.
Crossout makes its debut at E3 next month, and Gaijin also plans to hold a beta. Folks who are interested can sign up for the beta on the official website.