The news was announced via the official Crackdown website, which noted that the game will come at some point in 2017, with no specific month or quarter even given.
We were all surprised that Crackdown 3 wasn’t shown at Microsoft’s E3 2016 press conference, and the news was later posted to the official site.
Jones also noted that the game would be a part of Microsoft’s new Xbox Play Anywhere initiative, meaning it will be cross-buy and cross-play for Xbox One and PC. We’re also told that we’ll see the future of Crackdown 3 “soon.”
However, at this point, we all have to begin wondering if Crackdown 3 can remain relevant in the mind of gamers, with so many other similar games now like it.
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