Good news for fans of Crackdown, the second episode released in 2010 on Xbox 360 has just become backward compatible on Xbox One. Best of all, the game follows in the footsteps of Crackdown 1 and is now free for everyone on Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
Crackdown 2 arrives on Xbox One backward compatibility support today and will be available for free at https://t.co/qPMRNs2ZLo. pic.twitter.com/axJmb2Swa3
– Larry Hryb (@majornelson) March 9, 2019
In addition to the great news of Crackdown 2, the Crackdown team also shared some information about the latest Crackdown 3 update, now available on Xbox One and Windows 10. This update brings an update of Crime Map, as well as updates to Boss's battle balance as a lot of bugfixes and improvements on both platforms.
Greeting's Agents, we have a new group or updates for you and we think you'll like this one! Check out our blog post here for all links: https://t.co/vFx5kToULo pic.twitter.com/ggXExq4DWE
– Crackdown (@crackdown) March 9, 2019
Last but not least, the team also revealed that Crackdown 3 will soon receive a "Keys to the City" update that will open the development tools used by the team to create the open world game. This update is expected to arrive in about eight weeks and the team will communicate more details before launch.
If Crackdown 1 and 2 are now free on Xbox One, we remind you that you can play Crackdown 3 for free with Xbox Game Pass. For a limited time, you can only pay $ 1 instead of $ 9.99 for your first month of subscription.
Developer: Microsoft Game Studios
Developer: Microsoft Studios
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