Crackdown 3 Looks Like a Proper Current Generation Game In New 4K Screenshots
Crackdown 3 received a new set of press coverage that includes previews and more. It has also received some screenshots and footage that gives a much better idea of how the game stands now visually compared to its earlier version.
Crackdown 3 has received complaints of the game getting downgraded, but as we can see in the new footage, they are not valid. The game looks great and the visuals do really pop out when it runs without any constraints at 4K. The art style does feel ugly giving it a look that is not preferable for many others. This is making it look more like a cartoon.
Screenshots from the game were posted on Reddit and a high-quality video of the game’s single and multiplayer mode called Wrecking Zone makes it clear that it doesn’t look that bad. The footage of the gameplay can be accessed directly from the Xbox Press website. You can grab the single player footage or have a look at the Wrecking Zone multiplayer footage by downloading the files from the server.
The screenshots for Crackdown 3 offer pristine looking image quality save for the art style. The main character is Terry Crews who has a great looking character model in the game. Terry Crews is also at the forefront when it comes to the marketing for Crackdown 3.
If you are waiting for the Crackdown 3 reviews, they are expected to drop on February 11. Crackdown 3 preload is available now on the Xbox One and the download size has been confirmed. The game was rated M for Mature by ESRB. It is also part of the Xbox Game Pass lineup in February 2019.