Crackdown 3 Official PC System Requirements

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Minimum
  • OS Xbox One, Windows 10 version 14393.0 or higher
  • Architecture x64
  • Keyboard Integrated Keyboard
  • Mouse Integrated Mouse
  • DirectX DirectX 12 API, Hardware Feature Level 11
  • Memory 8 GB
  • Video Memory 2 GB
  • Processor Intel i5 3470 | AMD FX-6300
  • Graphics Geforce 750 Ti | Radeon R7 260X
  • Notes Windows 10 version 14393.222 or higher recommended;X64 Required;Intel i5 3470 | AMD FX-6300;Geforce 750 Ti | Radeon R7 260X

Recommended

  • OS Xbox One, Windows 10 version 14393.0 or higher
    Architecture x64
  • Keyboard Integrated Keyboard
  • Mouse Integrated Mouse
  • DirectX DirectX 12 API, Hardware Feature Level 11
  • Memory 8 GB
  • Video Memory 4 GB
  • Processor Intel i5 4690 | AMD FX-8350
  • Graphics Geforce 970 or Geforce 1060 | Radeon R9 290X or Radeon RX 480
  • Windows 10 version 14393.222 or higher recommended;X64 Required;Intel i5 4690 | AMD FX-8350;Geforce 970 or Geforce 1060 | Radeon R9 290X or Radeon RX 480
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#6
According to this I can run it with my radiator fans on low. Is this thanks to the power of the cloud or is it the magic of Kinect? Wait no, that thing doesn't work anymore.

All this has to do is not suck.

OS Xbox One is interesting. If it means my PC is now an Xbox One with support for all my X1, X360, and OG X digital games, then I will happily subscribe to game pass.
 
#8
Crackdown succeeded it open world FUN where most games failed. That's what made it so special. It didn't forget the game aspect along with the sandbox.
 
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#10
I think Crackdown succeeds in simple open-world traversal in a way that not even Saint's Row 4 did as well. Saint's Row 4 gave you too much power, but Crackdown 1 and 2 has just the right amount of freedom and restrictions.

They were excellent orb hunting games. There was some other bullshit going on there as well, but nobody cared about that.
 
#17
I think Crackdown succeeds in simple open-world traversal in a way that not even Saint's Row 4 did as well. Saint's Row 4 gave you too much power, but Crackdown 1 and 2 has just the right amount of freedom and restrictions.

They were excellent orb hunting games. There was some other bullshit going on there as well, but nobody cared about that.
It never made you feel too powerful even at max level on your orbs.
 
#18
I think Crackdown succeeds in simple open-world traversal in a way that not even Saint's Row 4 did as well. Saint's Row 4 gave you too much power, but Crackdown 1 and 2 has just the right amount of freedom and restrictions.

They were excellent orb hunting games. There was some other bullshit going on there as well, but nobody cared about that.
My favorite achievement of any game ever is the one I received after collecting all of the orbs on the first crackdown. And that was before the update that made the orbs sound way louder so they were easier to find. I ran around for a week looking for the last orb.
 
#20
My favorite achievement of any game ever is the one I received after collecting all of the orbs on the first crackdown. And that was before the update that made the orbs sound way louder so they were easier to find. I ran around for a week looking for the last orb.
IIRC all orbs where pointed in the in-game map. Or maybe that was the second one. Of course it was still hard to find some since the map was flat and the orbs were placed at different heights.
 
#22
IIRC all orbs where pointed in the in-game map. Or maybe that was the second one. Of course it was still hard to find some since the map was flat and the orbs were placed at different heights.
No it was never part of the map, unless I just completely missed it. The game did make a faint noise once you got near an orb and they made that noise WAY louder in a patch, but for awhile it was very faint.
 
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No it was never part of the map, unless I just completely missed it. The game did make a faint noise once you got near an orb and they made that noise WAY louder in a patch, but for awhile it was very faint.
It was the second game. And its right there since the beginning. Just open the map and check the orbs.