Two studios, Smilegate and Remedy, have announced that both the single-player and multiplayer modes of the Xbox exclusive CrossfireX will be released in mid-May.28 May 1402) It will be unavailable this year.
According to the website of the VGC news agency, the sale of the CrossfireX shooter game has been stopped in the Xbox store, and no new content will be added to it. Users who have purchased this game in the last 14 days are able to refund it.
The reason for the shutdown of CrossfireX shooter game servers
According to the information published in the FAQ section, not only the multiplayer servers of CrossfireX will be shut down in May, but also the owners of the game will not even be able to experience the story part (campaign). Studio Smilegate said in its statement about the closure of the game CrossfireX:
If users have already purchased one of the game’s single-player campaigns, they can enjoy it. Users until before the servers shut down in history May 18, 2023– At 00:00 UTC they can experience the online part of the CrossfireX game.
CrossfireX will be released exclusively for Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S in early 2022. The free multiplayer part of this game was developed by Smilegate Studio. While Remedy studio (creator of Alan Wake and Control games) was in charge of building the campaign part of the game.
According to Smilegate Studio, they have decided to end support for the game. They concluded that “the said game did not meet the necessary expectations”. The removal of CrossfireX’s single-player mode once again highlights the issue of ownership in the gaming industry, as developers and players may face challenges maintaining their games in the future. For example, if important services like Xbox Live disappear forever.
CrossfireX game By receiving negative reactions from critics and media people, it is known as one of the exclusive games of the Xbox console.
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