Xbox has quite a few big plans set for the rest of the year, including these five exclusives that are shaping up to be some major contenders as the top games of 2017.
The official Crackdown 3 Twitter account confirms that news and details regarding the upcoming open world game is coming soon, perhaps as soon as tomorrow.
Destiny and Halo 2 writer Joseph Staten confirms that he is working on the Crackdown 3 story, also telling a fan that the game captures the ‘classic’ Crackdown feel.
With 2016 drawing to a close, it’s time to look ahead to what’s coming down the pipeline in 2017 for all platforms, including PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and the Nintendo Switch.
Crackdown 3’s developers confirm that the game is now targeting a holiday 2017 release date and that the game will have 4K support on Project Scorpio.
Xbox marketing manager Aaron Greenberg claims that Microsoft doesn’t need Crackdown 3 to release in 2016, as it has many other games set to launch this holiday season.
A lot of games were shown at this year’s E3 event, but there were many others that were nowhere to be found. These six games are the ones Game Rant missed the most.
Microsoft made no mention of Crackdown 3 at all during its E3 2016 press conference, and it’s now been revealed that the game has been delayed to 2017.
Microsoft takes the stage at E3 2016 Monday afternoon and reveals the lineup of software and hardware changes coming to the Xbox One during the upcoming year. Watch the stream LIVE.
An odd teaser site for Microsoft’s Crackdown 3 is scheduling several ‘Missions’ for the next few weeks, and also teases a potentially forthcoming beta.
2015 was a banner year for multi-platform releases, but 2016 is all about the exclusives. Here are the Most Anticipated Games that we believe 2016 has to offer.
In the spirit of the holidays, developer Reagent Games offers players a brief look at some concept art for Crackdown 3, including some new locales and armor.
After a strong 2015, the Xbox One looks to have another year full of high quality exclusive games, thanks to titles like Gears of War 4, Sea of Thieves, and more.
Xbox head, Phil Spencer, confirms that current Xbox One exclusives Crackdown 3, Scalebound, and Quantum Break may eventually find their way to the PC.
After an impressive showing at GamesCom, Reagent Games founder and Crackdown 3 director, Dave Jones, reveals that the large scale destruction is only in multiplayer.
Director Dave Jones gives Crackdown 3 a summer, 2016 release date – and confirms that those ‘100% destructable environments’ will only work if players are online.
Microsoft shows the first in-game footage from Crackdown 3 at their Gamescom 2015 conference in Germany earlier this morning, demonstrating its brand new destructible environments.