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At Microsoft’s recent X018 conference, the company announced a release date for Crackdown 3. The open-world sequel will come to Xbox One and PC on February 15, 2019.
During the presentation, Microsoft also showed off the new Crackdown 3 multiplayer mode, Wrecking Zone. The new mode puts two teams of five against each other in the middle of destructible arenas.
Crackdown 3 has had a bit of an awful road to release. The game was originally meant to be released in 2016, it then movedd to 2017 and was delayed yet again to 2018, and at E3 this year Microsoft announced one more delay.
Now we have a confirmed release date, will you be picking up Crackdown 3 or has the constant delays put you off?
Sony have just officially announced you’ll be able to change your PlayStation ID. A feature that has been available for Xbox users for as long as we can remember, is finally coming to PlayStation users.
If you’d like to change your PSN ID, it’ll be free the first time. However any subsequent changes will cost £7.99 after that or for PS Plus members it will be £3.99.
This feature will work with all PS4 games published after April 1, 2018 and a large number of “most-played” PS4 games released prior. The full roll out of the feature to all PS4 owners is planned for early 2019.
“When you change your online ID, you will have the option to display your previous ID with your new ID, so your friends can recognise you,” a post from the company reads. “Once you decide to display your old ID or not, you won’t be able to …
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