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Microsoft's mass destruction sequel Crackdown 3 has reportedly been shoved back to 2019, according to two Kotaku sources.
Delays have been commonplace for Crackdown 3 since its announcement at E3 2014. Back then, the game was in its early stages of development, though Microsoft would later pencil the title in for a November 2017 launch alongside the then-upcoming Xbox One X.
That didn't happen, obviously.
Next, the game showed its face at E3 2017 to a mixed reception, at which point it was clear Crackdown 3 was having a bit of a bumpy ride. Microsoft then delayed the game to spring 2018. Again, this didn't work out.
While expected to show up later this year, it's now believed Crackdown 3 isn't going to appear until 2019. Again, this is just a rumour for now, although with any luck we'll find out more info at Microsoft's E3 presser on Sunday night.
If you're still not excited about Crackdown 3, then remember one thing: Terry Crews is starring as protagonist Commander Jaxon. Yes, Terry Crews. As in, the bloke from Expendables and White Chicks, who certainly has no time for Twitter fools.