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How Long Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Is & How Many Tracks There Are

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How Long Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Is & How Many Tracks There Are

20 years after the release of the original, Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled has returned to bring players a spruced up version of the classic karting experience, including Adventure Mode, Battle Modes, and even offline and online multiplayer modes to boot. Here’s how long Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled’s Adventure mode is and how many tracks there are in total.

How Long Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled’s Adventure Mode Is

From our time playing through Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, it takes around 5-10 hours to complete its Adventure Mode if you’re simply making a beeline for the final race against Nitros Oxide. This requires you to win 16 different races in the four separate worlds, as well as taking on Ripper Roo, Papu Papu, Komodo Joe, and Pinstripe in boss races.

It’s worth noting, though, that after beating Oxide once, you’ll then have to get 100% in Adventure Mode by collecting all Relics and CTR Tokens to beat him once more and fully complete the game. Additionally, the Gem Stone Valley area contains the Gem Cups which require you to obtain five of each different colored CTR Tokens to unlock each one.

If you’re going for the full 100% completion in Nitro-Fueled, you can be sure to add another 5-10 hours minimum to your total playtime. On top of that, the difficulty that you play through Adventure Mode on will make a massive difference, as the step-up from Easy to Normal and Normal to Hard is significant.

There are 16 tracks in total that you’ll have to race around in Adventure Mode, with two additional tracks in Gem Stone Valley that can be unlocked by obtaining 10 Relics and the five different colored Gems as you play. We’ve listed all of these down below by their area.

N. Sanity Beach Area

  • Crash Cove
  • Mystery Caves
  • Sewer Speedway
  • Roo’s Tubes

Gem Stone Valley Area

  • Slide Coliseum – Unlocked by obtaining 10 Relics in Adventure Mode
  • Turbo Track – Unlocked by completing all five Gem Cups and obtaining all Gems

Lost Ruins Area

  • Coco Park
  • Tiger Temple
  • Papu’s Pyramid
  • Dingo Canyon

Glacier Park Area

  • Polar Pass
  • Tiny Arena
  • Dragon Mines
  • Blizzard Bluff

Citadel City Area

  • Hot Air Skyway
  • Cortex Castle
  • N. Gin Labs
  • Oxide Station

How Many Tracks There Are in Nitro-Fueled

On top of the tracks listed above, there are an additional 13 tracks that you’ll be able to play within Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled’s Arcade and Online multiplayer race modes. These are from the Nitro Kart game released back in 2003.

This takes the total raceable tracks in the game to 31, though those listed below are not available in Adventure Mode. We’ve listed all of these below:

  • Inferno Island
  • Jungle Boogie
  • Clockwork Wumpa
  • Android Alley
  • Electron Avenue
  • Deep Sea Diving
  • Thunder Struck
  • Tiny Temple
  • Meteor Gorge
  • Barin Ruins
  • Out of Time
  • Assembly Lane
  • Hyper Spaceway

All Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Battle Stages

Finally, there are a good selection of battle stages for players to fight it out with friends in. These aren’t about finishing first, but dealing as much damage as you can to your opponents, while avoiding taking damage yourself. It’s just like Mario Kart’s battle mode, essentially.

Again, these tracks are split between those from the original Crash Team Racing title, and the Nitro Kart successor. We’ve broken these down below:

Original Battle Stages

  • Skull Rock
  • Nitro Court
  • Parking Lot
  • Rocky Road
  • Lab Basement
  • Rampage Ruins
  • The North Bowl

Nitro Kart Battle Stages

  • Temple Turmoil
  • Frozen Frenzy
  • Desert Storm
  • Magnetic Mayhem
  • Terra Drome

For more tips, tricks, and guides on everything Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, be sure to check out our ever-expanding guide wiki. We’ve also included some of our more popular guides down below for your convenience.

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