The Print Screen key takes screenshots in Crossfire. Screenshots are saved in your "My Documents" (Windows XP) or "Documents" (Windows Vista/Windows 7) library in the "Cross Fire" folder.
Every day, new missions are randomly selected and assigned to all players as goals to strive for in game, such as to win a certain number of games or score a certain number of kills in a given mode. Upon completing one of the available missions, you'll receive the daily prize and a Dog Tag. Complete a daily mission every day to finish a set of Dog Tags or get monthly rewards!
Crossfire is a competitive game meant to be played against other players, and is only available online. While there is a Basic Training feature to learn the controls and a Shooting Range to try out new guns, in order to advance you'll need to go head to head!
In-game properties such as items, weapons, characters, GP and RP cannot be traded with other players. If you drop your active weapon in a match (Default: "G" key), another player can pick it up, but don't worry! The weapon is still yours, and will be available again upon your next respawn as long as it has durability/time remaining.
At the match results screen, you are given the option to save a match replay. You can view your saved replays at any time outside of a game room by clicking the "Replay" button from Storage.
Your bags represent the gear that you can switch between in the field. An item can only exist in one place at one time, so if you want to put the same pistol (or throwing weapon, or melee weapon) in two different bags, you'll need two of that item.
Regions which already have a local release of Crossfire may be blocked from accessing our release of Crossfire, depending on licensing and publishing agreements. If you are not playing from one of these regions, the server may be undergoing maintenance, please check our website for more details. The following regions will be unable to access our version: