Starting from today on Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled the Winter Wonderland Grand Prix, which offers a completely new track, as well as new characters, karts and objects available in the pit stop.
Jump into the snow on a decked Nitro Sled: your favorite Bandicoot is back full of Christmas cheer in the Winter Wonderland Grand Prix! From 12 December, the Winter Wonderland Grand Prix offers a completely new track, Gingerbread Joyride, as well as new characters, karts, objects available in the pit stop and a very special Spyro skin that will definitely brighten up your holidays.
Get ready to compete in a perfect holiday style with these fantastic features:
NEW TRACK: Ride through a holiday scene like no other in Gingerbread Joyride! From the warm and welcoming tones of the gingerbread village to the fantastic idyllic scenery of Winter Wonderland, this track will surely unleash the joy as you overtake your opponents!
NEW CHARACTERS: Rilla Roo and Yaya Panda join in the celebrations, as well as a brand new character, Hasty - a flying elk based on a famous character from the CTR tradition. But that is not all! Your broadcaster duo Chick n Stew is no longer sitting on the stand, but will run on the track in this special Grand Prix season!
NEW KART: exceeds your competitors with the snowplough, leave the other riders with your mouth watering in the cone-shaped kart with candy and finally take the reins of the definitive Christmas vehicle, the Nitro Sledge!
PIT STOP OBJECTS: A reindeer skin for Crash, pajamas for Baby Crash and Coco, delicious pastry wheels, Christmas-themed paint jobs and stickers - there's no lack of new aesthetic objects to celebrate the season! But wait until you see the skins on them and the "Winter Guardian" Spyro.
CHALLENGES AND AWARDS IN THE NITRO GAUGE: Polar in a bad sweater, Hasty in a silk ski suit and much more, complete the challenges to earn these and other new rewards in the Winter Festival's Nitro Gauge.
SAMPLE KART AND DECALOMANIA: placed in the 5% band among the top finishers of the Grand Prix and win the champion's Kart and the Winter Festival decal!
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