Release is “on track” for this year.
We haven’t heard a lot about Crackdown 3 since it was delayed into 2017 and there’s the belief that it will be a major focus at Microsoft’s E3 presser. However, one thing’s for sure – it will support Xbox Play Anywhere on Xbox One and Windows 10 as per the game’s official Twitter.
This means that buying the digital version on either platform will net you a free digital copy on the other. Features like cross-save will also be enabled, allowing you to start playing on one platform and continuing your progress on the other.
What about that open beta to test out the cloud-powered multiplayer destruction? We’ll probably find out more at E3 2017 so stay tuned for more information as the Expo nears.