CrossfireX Support Ending May 18th, Campaigns Also Going Away

Along with no new content and servers closing down, access to Remedy Entertainment's single-player "Operations" is also being removed.

Posted By | On 03rd, Feb. 2023

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Smilegate Entertainment’s CrossfireX, the Xbox version of the company’s successful Crossfire series, is ending support on May 18th. Sales will be halted on the Xbox Store, and there will be no new content. Servers are also shutting down on the same day.

Those who have purchased anything within the last 14 days are eligible for refunds. According to this FAQ, even the single-player campaigns developed by Remedy Entertainment will only be available until May 18th. The shop will remain open for spending the remaining currency, but the option to purchase CFP/GP is disabled.

Furthermore, players will only have access to their data, including in-game progression and purchased items, until the game’s closure. As for why support is ending, the company said, “While our team worked hard to push out numerous content updates, including fixes, new maps, modes and in-game events, the game was ultimately not where it needed to be. As a result, we have made the difficult decision to close the game.”

Released in February 2022 for Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S, CrossfireX features two single-player campaigns or “Operations” developed by Remedy. The multiplayer is free-to-play, though there are plenty of microtransactions. On release, the campaigns were heavily criticized, with many regarding the entire package as one of the worst games of last year. You can check out our review here.


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