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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.