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New Details Emerge from Crackdown 3’s Rating In Australia

Crackdown 3 is still incoming after years of development and some new details have emerged as it’s been rated in Australia. Australian Classification Board has finally rated the game which tells us that we are finally getting our hands on the game in 2019.

Australian game rating board has rated Crackdown with a description telling that it contains strong violence. It’s an MA 15+ game with an indication that includes strong violence, moderate language, mild drug use, and moderate sex.

Now, this happens to be a good news as games are not rated until they are closer to its release date or completion. So we can finally have some hope that the game is not going to be delayed once again despite scarce details.

Another good news we have is that Crackdown 3 demo will be present at X018. It seems like a dream but it’s been confirmed that the game will be finally available to be played by the fans.

Xbox X018 Event is taking place this week and you can play some other games as well during the fanfest. There are a lot of expectations from the event and Crackdown is without a doubt one of the big games to look forward to this year.

Xbox X018 is also the event where everyone is expecting to see Xbox Scarlet or at least hear about it so don’t forget to be there on time from 3 pm to 5 pm CDT on Saturday, November 10th.

The game was originally announced 4 years back in 2014. It was expected to release in 2016 at first but has faced so many delays till now.

Expect some fresh gameplay to be seen at the event before the game releases in 2019. Crackdown 3 is now finally scheduled to release in February 2019. The game was rumored to be delayed once again but apparently, it’s been delayed to 28 February 2019 according to Amazon instead of 22 February.

The head of Xbox at Microsoft, Phil Spencer recently assured all the fans that the development of the game is going smooth. He also promised that they have a plan and a date set.

Crackdown 3 will release exclusively for Microsoft Windows and Xbox One.