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CrossFire Vietnam

Official name

Đột Kích


VTC Games


Vietnamese, English

Release date


Cash currency




Official site

CrossFire Vietnam, officially titled as Đột Kích, is the Vietnamese localization version of CF for Vietnamese people. CF Vietnam was published in 2008 by VTC Games and use Vcoin as cash currency.

Available Features

CF Vietnam features most up-to-date content, all available game modes and most generic maps. These include Point Mall, HMX expansion pack, chat options and weapon recommendation.

Exclusive Features

  • The default Knife is replaced with a Wood Hammer
  • White blood / bloodstain and dead characters disappear instantly
  • Headshot icons changed from white skull to apple-target.
  • There is a Time Limitation System that keep tracks of players' playing time every day. Players can only earn full EXP/GP in the first 3 hours, then this number is cut in half in the next 2 hours. After five hours passed, players can no longer earn EXP/GP, even with mission rewards. To balance this, weapons will not receive damage once the 5 hours limit passed so players won't go on negative.
  • Special events and webmall that offer Black Market items, intended for low-end players who can't spend too much money but can farm playtime.
  • N-22 and Ngọc Trinh characters.

Capsule Shop

CF Vietnam has the largest Capsule comparing to all other CF version with tons of Vcoin, Mini and GP capsule released every month. Combo capsules become a regularity since mid-2015, and single-prized capsules are exclusively for GP one, as some Mini Capsules also features 2 best prizes.


The Webmall only sells Name Change item and EXP Plus, however CF Vietnam also feature a few additional webmalls where deleted items and capsules can be bought at a discounted price.


  • CF Vietnam is officially titled Đột Kích by VTC, which translate to "Sudden Attack". Funny enough, Sudden Attack was CF's rival early in 2008-2010 (Published by VinaGame).
  • Since 2016, many Black Market items become giveaway prizes for various farming events (playtime, login day...), giving newcomers and low-income players chance to get free items without having to spend too much. Additionally, lots of "spend vcoin, get free items" events are opened frequently to encourage players to rent stuff, renew items or spin junkie capsules, and at the end of the day walk away with a consolidation prize at their hand. This, however, has a negative impact on a great deal of veteran players, who think it is unfair that many rare weapons they had spent a lot of cash for (ex: limited seasonal weapons, Ares/Ghetto weapons, Barrett M82A1 Red Dragon, etc.) are now nothing more than cheap prizes to bait new players into spending cash, effectively 'devaluing' those items. Many even go as far as making jokes about black market weapons being reduced to junks after so many giveaway events.
    • Also for a limited time, players are able to spend a significant amount of cash in exchange for ANY Black Market item of their choice - thus, rich players can try their luck in-game or buy VVIP items then select a prize that they've been dying for (those extremely-hard-to-win guns like Royal / Legend / Flying Dragons...) or simply to collect exclusive merchandises that are not available elsewhere (Such as NemesisCommando...). This event is now restricted to VIP players only in order to not devalue rare items too much.

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