Following the announcement of Crackdown 3‘s delay to 2019 last week, Microsoft today released a new trailer for the sandbox action game during its E3 2018 briefing. The high-octane trailer focuses on Terry Crews’ character, who runs around and shoots things. He also yells. A lot.
Crackdown 3, or at least a part of it, was originally scheduled to arrive in 2016. When it was delayed to 2017, creative director Dave Jones said the game’s multiplayer experience “will redefine what it feels like to play games.” Crackdown 3 was rescheduled to launch on November 7, 2017 alongside the Xbox One X, before Microsoft pushed it to an unspecified date in 2018. Now, it’s coming even later, scheduled to arrive in February 2019.
Crackdown 3 is in development at three different studios: Raegent Games, Sumo Digital, and Cloudgine. It’s a $60 game, but Xbox Game Pass subscribers can get it for free at launch.