Microsoft is letting gaming websites play some of Crackdown 3 for the first time and the gameplay coming out isnt great. Does that mean this will get trash reviews or that maybe the game is rough to look at? Let’s speculate in this gaming rant!
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The latest bit of eye-poppingly bad gameplay on display is from Crackdown 3’s multiplayer mode, the one which contains all the “cloud-based destruction” which was supposed to be a staple of the entire game, but was then relegated to multiplayer, and that in turn has turned the mode into…something truly bizarre.
I don’t even know how to describe what I’m seeing in this IGN demo video. Apparently the cloud destruction is so taxing that every map has to be just a series of geometric shapes rather than anything resembling the city of the open world mode, and the result is something like looks like a VR game gone wrong at best, or a barely scraped-together tech demo at worst. Even the destruction itself is underwhelming and weird and not even on par with what we see in Battlefield games or in ancient titles like Red Faction, from what I can tell.
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