We're just over a week away from Crackdown 3 finally launching, but it looks like the developers are looking to iron out some kinks in the Wrecking Zone mode before the game releases on February 15th. Both game bundles feature a 1TB Xbox One console, one Xbox Wireless Controller, one-month trials for Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold subscription services, and a download code for Tom Clancy's The Division 2.
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The entire group of studios is now working on Xbox One, Xbox One X, and Xbox Scarlett video games under Microsoft's Xbox Game Studios banner. "Today, Xbox is our gaming brand across all devices, no matter how or where you want to play, or who you want to play with", said Matt Booty, Corporate Vice President, Xbox Game Studios. It's sort of like the popular media streaming site that starts with N and rhymes with Betflix, but for games instead of films and TV shows.
The original Crackdown is one of the many great Xbox One backwards compatible games, so don't worry about digging up and plugging in your Xbox 360 if you want to give the ol' Crackdown a go. The actor also talked about how it was like for him to interpret one of the characters in the game and then play with himself in Crackdown. The Wrecking Zone Technical Test will begin Thursday, February 7 with installation beginning at 9 AM PST. and the first playtests beginning at 12 PM PST, exclusively for Xbox Insiders. On the Xbox Game Studios page, Xbox has reiterated what seems to be their new slogan: "When everyone plays, we all win".More news: PSG's Cavani doubtful for Man United game
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