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Is Crackdown 3 Coming to PS4?

Is Crackdown 3 Coming to PS4?

If it feels like we’ve been waiting for, and talking about Crackdown 3 since last generation. Crackdown 3 is the Bonnie Swanson of video games. We’ve been carrying this game around for us for a long time now, it has been delayed so many times, but finally, finally the game is slated to release this coming February. Now, I wouldn’t go betting the house on it sticking to that February 2019 release window given its past history, but, we can all hope and dream that it’s for real this time, right? And with its impending release, PS4 players may be wondering what the deal with it is.

It’s a strange game, because of the fact that has been discussed so by fans and the media, and because of its status as one of the premiere Xbox-controlled exclusive IPs; but even as we approach its “release” we still haven’t seen, or learned that much about game. Hence, again, don’t start taking days off in February just yet. The previous games in the series are beloved for their approach to not take itself too seriously, and just give players the tools to be an out of control superhero that can do whatever he/she wants.

Anyway, if you’re here, you’re probably wondering if Crackdown 3 is coming to PS4. Hey, maybe all this time has been spent preparing for a PS4 port, right? No, probably not sadly. As far as we know, there are no plans whatsoever to bring Crackdown 3 to PS4. Like we mentioned earlier, it’s one of the handful of big-time Xbox One exclusives. It’s been hyped up for years now, and it’s extremely unlikely that Microsoft would spoil this build up by allowing it to be released on anything other than the Xbox One and PC.

That does it for whether or not Crackdown 3 is coming to PS4. For more FAQs answered, be sure to search Twinfinite.

Ed has been a proud member of the Twinfinite staff since 2014. He plays everything on everything but is particularly fond of JRPGs, MMOs, and sports. He holds a B.A. in history and political science and a M.S. in education all from the University at Albany.

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