Remedy’s campaign is made to pray alongside the hit Asian multiplayer

It was expected to be playable on Xbox consoles in the West this year, but it will arrive in 2021.

Crossfire X

Considering that its beta testing phase was held in June, the fact that Crossfire X is no longer available in its final version on Xbox consoles in the West sounded a bit strange. Nothing could be further from the truth: it seems that the pandemic has affected the development of this title (like many others this year) forcing those responsible to announce a delay.

On social media, the game’s official account shares a message that reads like this: “After thinking about it properly, and considering the challenges the Smilegate development team faces due to COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the Crossfire X launch until 2021“Regardless of the delay, the project seems to be going well:” moving the launch will allow us to achieve the Crossfire experience on console that our team set out to create. We will have more to share in the future. “

Of course, 2021 is a very wide sale and as you can see, there are no clues about at what exact point of the year we will be able to enjoy the action of this title. Be that as it may, there are reasons to keep track of the video game: even if you are already familiar with its multiplayer modes, in its passage through Europe and America, the game will be released with a totally new campaign signed by Remedy (Control).

In summer, I had the chance to test a preview version of Crossfire X, and naturally I shared my impressions with the 3DGames community through a preview. What I found in it was a very interesting amalgamation of modes, with quite tactical versions in the CS style and others set on large maps and with unbridled action more in the vein of CoD or Battlefield.

More about: Crossfire X and Smilegate.