Cops and Robbers Guide
Cops and Robbers is an Overdrive exclusive game mode. The following guide will offer important information and tips on gameplay.
All Hot Pursuit and Interceptor events require a "G" class vehicle. This applies to both Racer and Cop vehicles, which can be purchased in the car dealer. All "G" class vehicles cannot be performance-tuned.
The objectives are simple...Cops need to shutdown the race and prevent any racers from finishing the race. Racers need to work together in a co-op manner so a team member can cross the finish line.
Drivers can play on both Hot Pursuit and Interceptor events. Hot Pursuits can have up to 6 players, while Interceptors can only have 2 players.
Cops will be deploying roadblocks and other tactics throughout each race, so watch out! Roadblocks will cause heavy damage to your vehicle!
Customization and Performance
All Racer vehicles can be customized with skill mods, aftermarket parts, vinyls, and paint modifications. Most Cop vehicles cannot be modified. Cops have higher performance than Racers. However, Racers have the advantage of skill mods and choosing a versatile car which can be evasive.
Unique to "G" class is damageable vehicles. Both Cops and Racers have a limit to how much damage their vehicle can take, so be careful! WE RECOMMEND ENTERING AND LEAVING THE SAFEHOUSE AFTER EVERY "G" CLASS EVENT so you can repair your vehicle!
Every vehicle has its strengths or weaknesses for durability. Some Racer vehicles may take less damage than others, but make up for it with speed. Other vehicles may take more damage, but have slower acceleration. Find the right vehicle for you!
Rewards can be claimed through Achievements after every successful event, depending on your team's result. RACE REWARDS WILL NOT BE GIVEN OUT UNTIL THE EVENT ENDS. QUITTING THE EVENT EARLY WILL FORFEIT YOUR REWARD, EVEN IF YOUR TEAM WINS!
Winning achievements MUST BE CLAIMED BEFORE ANY ADDITIONAL REWARDS CAN BE EARNED! Claim your achievement after every team win so you can keep earning more.