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At this point the only real way that we can see Microsoft salvaging any anticipation left out there for the long-delayed Crackdown 3 would be to showcase an impressive Xbox One X enhanced version at E3 and announce a release date of either "right now" or "next week". But, according to a new report over at Kotaku - Crackdown 3 has been delayed to 2019.

Which means Microsoft's first-party lineup for the remainder of 2018, in terms of big releases, begins and ends with Forza Horizon 4. Yikes. Naturally, we're hoping that come Monday, during Microsoft's E3 presentation - that changes. But it feels like 2018 will be a year that Xbox One and in particular the Xbox One X became predominantly a third-party console.

Crackdown 3, which was originally announced in 2014 has changed developers a couple of times since then and after it missed its November 7, 2017 launch date - has, like that series of Chuck Norris films, been Missing in Action.

At this rate, Crackdown 3 is one delay away from becoming the Duke Nukem Forever of Crackdown games.

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