CrossfireX For The Xbox Has Been Delayed Until 2021

I presume the X stands for Xbox.


Smilegate have announced that CrossfireX, the Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S version of the free-to-play PC shooter, has been delayed until 2021. Originally, it was scheduled to launch on the Xbox by the end of this year. As you’ve probably guessed already, the delay is due to the challenges related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The news was announced on Twitter last night.


What Is CrossfireX Again?

Crossfire is a free-to-play tactical shooter that’s been a big hit for years across Asia, with hundreds of millions of players across the continent. CrossfireX is the console version that’s scheduled to launch as a timed console exclusive for the Xbox.

It’ll include the multiplayer that that game has been known for, along with a brand new campaign mode that’s being developed by Remedy Entertainment. The campaign will be available as part of a premium Battle Pass for the multiplayer aspect of the game. While it sucks that the Xbox is going to be without a timed exclusive for a while, hopefully the delay will ensure a much better product.

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