Nov 14, 2016 05:43 AM EST

'Crackdown 3' Release Date, Gameplay & PC System Requirements: Prepare Rigs Before Game's Release Date in 2017!

The third installment of the "Crackdown" video game series has had its fair share of delays. At present, if everything goes according to plan, the game will be released in a few month's time.

Reagent Games also released the PC system requirements of "Crackdown 3." In order to enjoy any game in this era of high-end gaming, players need to ensure that their rigs are up to date and capable of playing the latest titles to its full potential. The same can be said to fully enjoy the futuristic cities of "Crackdown 3."

"Crackdown 3" will be released for PC as well as Xbox One. This is possible because Microsoft is leading the game's production. After the game was unveiled at Microsoft's press conference back in 2014, it was said that the game should be released sometime in 2017.

However, according to the game's official website, more delays are on its way. Despite all the delays tied with the game's release date, Reagent Games did share the basic system requirements that player will need to have in order to smoothly run the game. As per Gamenguide, the system requirements are as follows:

Intel CPU: Core i5-4460 3.2GHz

Nvidia Graphics Card: GeForce GTX 760

HDD Space: 55 GB 

AMD CPU: FX-8350 

AMD Graphics Card: Radeon R7 260X v3


OS: Win 10 64 bit

Direct X: DX 12

The creative director at Reagent Games Dave Jones informed players about the reason for the game's delay. "Our top priority is to give gamers an experience they have never seen before at a scale never thought possible, and sticking to our original timeline would have compromised that goal," Jones said.

Given that the game does feature high-end futuristic cities and a unique gameplay system, it is understandable that the producers would like to deliver the game bug-free and as promised. Stay tuned to Jobs & Hire for more of the latest updates about Reagent Games' "Crackdown 3."

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