Crackdown 3 was announced ‘too early’ admits Microsoft executive Shannon Loftis, who also teases several ‘unique’ and ‘fun’ experiences for Xbox gamers.
Microsoft Studios Publishing general manager, Shannon Loftis, reveals that Microsoft’s open world action game Crackdown 3 won’t be making its November release date anymore.
In an interview with Glixel, Crackdown 3 art director Dave Johnson reveals that Terry Crews’ enormous stature proved difficult when designing the character based on him.
Crackdown 3 Design Director Clint Bundrick reveals why development has taken so long on the shooter, and just how large the world is that players will be jumping into.
Fresh footage of Crackdown 3 gameplay surfaces online, and it details the forthcoming title’s free roaming capabilities, the Black Hole Gun, and more.
More Crackdown 3 news is promised during an upcoming Comic-Con panel, which will include behind-the-scenes footage, exciting new information, and a special guest.
Crackdown 3 design director clarifies Terry Crews’ involvement in Crackdown 3, revealing that his character Commander Jaxon will be playable in the game.
Crackdown 3 players will be able to take on the game’s main boss and explore the entire city right from the beginning of the game, reveals the developer.
A new Crackdown 3 gameplay trailer at E3 2017 confirms the game will release alongside the Xbox One X and also stars a cameo from the actor Terry Crews.
With E3 2017 less than a week away, we name the games we’re most excited to see at the show, including Crackdown 3, Super Mario Odyssey, and The Last of Us: Part 2.
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.
Upcoming PC and Xbox One game Crackdown 3 has had a ‘rough’ development and there are ‘still issues’ though the game will not be cancelled like Scalebound, says an insider.
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.