More and more we are getting proof that, yes, the game is actually about to come out for real this time.
If you want more proof that Crackdown 3 is actually going to come out for real this time—five years after its announcement, and after almost as many delays—then we have more good news for you. Microsoft has, at last, shared the requirements needed to run the PC version of the game on the title’s Windows Store page.
On the whole, this seems like it will require at least a mid-range PC. It’s better off than a lot of Microsoft games, which need bleeding edge specs to run on PC (although Sea of Thieves famously had a mode that would let it run even on weak machines), but you still need a decently specced up kit if you’re going to be playing this game on your computer.
Crackdown 3 will be playable at X018, which, yes, again is indication the game is near completion. Also more smoke signalling the fire—the game has received a rating at the Australian ratings board. Interestingly enough, it may also be about to get an eleventh hour title change.
Crackdown 3 launches in February 2019 for PC and Xbox One.
Crackdown 3 Official PC Requirements