Crackdown 3 100% destruction confirmed

Crackdown 3 100% destruction confirmed

Finally, some good news for Crackdown 3. Since its announcement back at E3 2014 (with a planned 2016 release date) it has been nothing but problematic for Microsoft. Recent Twitter posts by insider Klobrille might finally shed some light on the game.

In fact, it was originally announced the game would use cloud computing tech. Additionally, this would allow an unprecedented level of scenic destruction by pooling rendering resources from the cloud. (as opposed to simply utilizing the Xbox One’s limited hardware)

However, with multiple release date setbacks and a rather underwhelming array of gameplay footage this didn’t seem possible… Until now.

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A tweet by Klobrille (shown below) confirms 2 unique in game experiences one of which being the single player / Co op campaign.. The other a multiplayer mode titled ‘Wrecking Zone’. This mode will include 100% destruction. Klobrille’s tweet comes with the statement ‘yes they did it’.

As well as this Klobrille also confirmed that the map will be over twice the size of the original with the highest tower reaching up to 1.2km in height! Size really does matter and with a map that big there will most likely be plenty of content to get your mits on.

It has also been confirmed that there will be at least 1000 collectible orbs and as you become stronger your body armor will visually transform.

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If you have been looking forward to Crackdown 3 as much as I have you’ll be glad to find out that great progress is being made. In fact the game will be playable at X018 in November and has a current release date of February 2019!

Why not leave a comment or share the post on social media? What would you like to see in Crackdown 3? In other news, Red Dead Redemption 2 has new details on their first patch.

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