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I play on CrossFire West mainly, but I have played on CF JP, SEA, ES, BR and CN.

CrossFire Profile: Settings

Here's my profile at a quick glance:

Settings NameCard


Level Ranked Badges Clan Character
Class 84 Rank S12 No Rank Assault B 3 Sniper B 2

Scout B 3 Assassin A 1

Crywolf2 LA SWAT BG
Major General

3rd Grade

Past Ranks

Platinum-3Platinum-2Diamond-5Master-4Master-1Legend-02Master-1

Elite B 2 Crywolf

S Tier

Lady SWAT

Bags 6 and 7 are random weapons and change frequently, so I won't include them.

Bags 6 and 7 are random weapons and change frequently, so I won't include them.

Bags 6 and 7 are random weapons and change frequently, so I won't include them.

Bags 6 and 7 are random weapons and change frequently, so I won't include them.

Bags 6, and 7 are random weapons and change frequently, so I won't include them.

HP Recover
IconGrade2 When you kill a zombie, your HP has a chance to recover by 4
IconGrade3 When you kill a zombie, your HP has a chance to recover by 3
IconGrade2 When you kill a zombie, your HP has a chance to recover by 4

Extended Combo Time
IconGrade2 Increase the window for a killstreak by 0.9 seconds
IconGrade2 Increase the window for a killstreak by 0.8 seconds
IconGrade3 Increase the window for a killstreak by 0.7 seconds

Last updated: 6/4/2020 (M/D/Y)

My CrossFire Experience

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Hey there, I'm Settings. I've been playing CrossFire since North America's Open Beta in 2009, my older brother found an ad of it on an old flash games website called dragongamez.com and we immediately started playing and I ended up beating him in leveling up and overall skill so he moved on to other games.

Since then, I've had multiple accounts going on almost 11 years. I've always played CrossFire, never going more than 3 months of at least playing one game throughout those 11 years even when I've tried all other sorts of games like putting in a 1,000 hours into CS:GO and TF2 or another 800 hours into Destiny or another 400 into Warframe and 600 hours into Skyrim, I always came back to CrossFire. It's unique weapon gameplay and movement style and innovative systems that keep coming out is the main attraction for me. Sadly, the game is quite old, people have moved from CrossFire because at the time it was the best optimized and easiest to learn for low-end PC's. As time went on, more advanced games and better technology came out which caused CrossFire North America's popularity to peak around 2012/2013.

From there I think the version is stuck in a limbo, Veterans waiting for CrossFire HD, and noobs still finding out the game but seeing the obvious pay-to-win model and quickly leaving. Everything comes to an end, but I'll still be there. Here's my infrequently-uploading-but-still-semi-active-Youtube-channel that is based around CrossFire. Settings' Youtube

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