Microsoft has revealed the collaboration between Keiji Inafune and Armature Studios, ReCore, will also come to PC. It’s also been re-confirmed Crackdown 3’s multiplayer will debut this summer, but will it be a beta? Something you pay for? Right now, Microsoft isn’t saying, only promising details later this year.
Much was made of the Xbox One’s “cloud capabilities” around the time of its announcement, but until now, the only prominent use of that technology was Forza’s “Driveatar” functionality, which essentially created a simulacrum of a player’s driving personality that lived on a server somewhere. Crackdown 3, however, has…
“It’s not just what you can do with a gun; it’s the opportunities you can create with destruction.” Woooooo!
The newest game in Microsoft's open-world crime series, Crackdown, has been in development for about a year, Xbox chief Phil Spencer told me during an interview here at E3.
A month ago at the Xbox One's debut event, Crackdown fans thought they spied a sly visual reference to the game's agility orb collectibles. They did, according to Phil Spencer, the boss of Microsoft Studios.
You could go through the Oxford English Dictionary, pick a noun, and China's likely cracked down on it. (Except counterfeit goods). Online games that are "unhealthy" (says the state) are the latest target, and 45 have been shut down.