If you like playing a lot of big new video games at the same time, next February is going to be your month.
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Microsoft's $10.95 a month Xbox game subscription service just got a bit more attractive. Starting with the March 20 release of Sea of Thieves, all new Microsoft Studios games will be available on the service on launch day.
Briefly: Microsoft has revealed the collaboration between Keiji Inafune and Armature Studios, ReCore, will also come to PC. It's also been re-confirmed Crackdown 3's multiplayer will debut this winter, but will it be a beta? Something you pay for? Right now, Microsoft isn't saying, only promising details later this year.
Much was made of the Xbox One's "cloud capabilities" around the time of its announcement, but until now, the only prominent use of that technology was Forza's "Driveatar" functionality, which essentially created a simulacrum of a player's driving personality that lived on a server somewhere. Crackdown 3, however, has a much more interesting use for it: the creation of a city that is entirely, 100% destructible, where you can do anything from shooting a hole in a wall to collapsing an entire building, watching it crush another as it falls down. This right here is the next level of blowing things up.