Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled Update 1.19 Now Live, Brings Gasmoxia Grand Prix

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Announced yesterday, the new Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled is now live on all platforms! Console gamers will see this as Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled update 1.19, and per the announcement yesterday, brings the Gasmoxia Grand Prix content into the fold.

Crash Team Racing Nito Fueled update 1.19 new content:

NEW TRACK: Are you ready for Oxide’s final challenge, the most technical track ever assembled in Crash Team Racing? Then prepare to take on Drive-Thru Danger! Not for the faint of heart, this track exists high above the skyline on Oxide’s home planet Gasmoxia and pits racers in the middle of a fast-food war between the planet’s two biggest conglomerates – Nuclear Pizza and Toxic Burger. Existing at the fringes of space, it’s filled with twists, turns and risky shortcuts for the bold. The ever-present gaze of Gasmoxia’s corporate giants hangs over the heads of all racers as they strive to beat the track (and each other) and escape this toxic dystopia!


NEW CHARACTER: As if Oxide’s presence wasn’t enough, he’s enlisted help from the Galaxy’s self-proclaimed ruler, Emperor Velo! Unlock this devious new character in the Nitro Gauge.


NEW TIME TRIALS: Velo isn’t just making an appearance this season, he’s providing a whole new challenge in Time Trials! See how fast you really are by beating Velo’s insanely fast times on each of Nitro-Fueled’s courses.


NEW KARTS: Your intergalactic ride awaits! Unlock three hovering new karts this season: the Void Manta, the Velo Chopper and the retro-vibing Galactic Cruiser.


PIT STOP ITEMS: When in Gasmoxia, do as the Gasmoxians do! Look like a local with a wide array of new Pit Stop items to swag out your racer and kart in the space-adventuring theme of the planet.


CHAMPION KART AND DECAL: Finish in the top 5% of the Grand Prix leaderboards and win the Champion Kart and Gasmoxia signature decal!

Aside from the content above, there’s no official patch notes from Beenox released yet regarding gameplay changes, but once we know of any, we’ll update the post.

What do you think of the latest Grand Prix for Crash Team Racing? Let’s hope Activision supports the game well into 2020.