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CrossfireX
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CrossFire X is a first-person shooter game, developed by Smilegate and published Xbox Game Studios that's going to be released first on Xbox One sometime in 2020, then being released on PS4 at a later date (No information about the PC release was given).

CrossfireX: Xbox Reissue in 2020

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CrossFire X is a first-person shooter game, developed by Smilegate and published Xbox Game Studios that's going to be released first on Xbox One sometime in 2020, then being released on PS4 at a later date (No information about the PC release was given).

Within the framework of the recently organized X019, the largest Xbox Event from Microsoft to date, the organizer announced a new edition of the first-person shooter CrossfireX, which was released on PC in 2007. This time, however, the game is set to be made for Xbox, based on Unreal Engine 4 and free-to-play. So far, only the year 2020 has been mentioned for the premiere. CrossfireX, like the original, is being developed by Smilegate Entertainment in South Korea.

The first trailer already makes it clear this FPS game is fast and competitive. Technical Art Director Jin Woo Jung said in an interview that the game would offer intense gameplay experiences for all lovers of the genre. The first part of the game was particularly successful in Asia. Now it seems as if the franchise is also going to be rolled out on the international market.

A Game for All FPS Fans

CrossfireX might also have a lot to offer for singleplayer fans. Finnish studio Remedy Entertainment is working on the campaign for the upcoming Xbox shooter. The developers are best known for games like Max Payne, Alan Wake, and Quantum Break. Slick action is one of their strengths.

The gameplay we’ve been shown, however, refers again to the competitive aspect of CrossfireX, which at first glance, is very reminiscent of established games, like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. First-person perspective, five-player teams, limited budget, quick kills. Mechanics such as bullets going through thin surfaces and partially destructible level elements seem to fit into the game well.

The story is quickly explained. The plot sends the players into a world in which two private military organizations fight against each other. Global Risk and Black List are the names of the two parties that constantly oppose in the game. While Global Risk relies on veterans and modern technology to maintain order, Black List employs mercenaries who want to fight against the so-called “oppression regime” with guerrilla tactics in the name of freedom and to destabilize them.

X019 — This Is CrossfireX

Further details on CrossfireX are coming, that is, if the developers are able to keep the release for this calendar year. If you want to look at all the available information again, you can do so in the “This Is CrossfireX” video from the X019.

Conclusion


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Graphics 4.0
Gameplay 4.0
Controls 4.0
Replay Value 3.0
Average: 4.5

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