About Guide Crash Arena Turbo Star 2017
A Classic chassis with two round connectors would lose the Forklift and flipping abilities but would gain extra attack power. If you don’t have a strong Blade yet, we’d recommend ditching the Forklift in favor of a Rocket or a front-end melee weapon. This way, you can get some shots in early and then if you do get flipped, continue hitting them with your Blade.Once you have a Titan chassis, The Tank style of car is one of our personal favorites. Its purpose is to counter close-range opponents who are using powerful melee weapons or the Forklift vehicle-flipping item. The goal of The Tank is to finish your opponent before it crosses the arena, using its stationary position and front shield to buy time while your long-range rockets do their job.In the early game, players don’t always have the luxury of tons of chassis with different heights of connectors. You’ll probably run into quite a few mid-height and above weapons. That’s where the Sneaky excels: it sits so low to the ground that projectiles being fired from taller weapons will often go right over it. Putting all its melee power at the front, low end of the vehicle ensures it will hit anyone it runs into and will even continue hitting while being lifted into the air—but it is indefensible if flipped over entirely.A lot of our favorite vehicle builds were discovered simply by fighting other players and seeing what they had come up with. This one in particular wasn’t something we expected to be strong—placing a Blade on top of the tallest chassis initially seems counter-intuitive—but an opponent used this against us and we were wowed while being destroyed. Its ranged weapon eats away health while you close the gap and its Blade helps finish the job mid-flip.
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