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.
An all new trailer from San Diego Comic Con shows what Terry Crews will look like in Crackdown 3, or at least what Terry Crews will look like in cutscenes.
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.
Crackdown 3 will be an Xbox Play Anywhere game, the game’s official Twitter account confirms, also promising that fans can see the game later this year.
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.
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.
Iron Galaxy Studios is now conducting a poll to see which characters fans are interested in seeing in Killer Instinct, with several interesting options!
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.
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.
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.
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