Crackdown 3 – Terry Crews Invites You to Blow Up Everything in New E3 Gameplay Trailer (VIDEO)

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Unveiled at today’s Xbox E3 press conference, the long-in-development sandbox game Crackdown 3 had a brand new gameplay trailer released to the eager gaming public. The new footage offers the best look at the title yet, showing off the destructive insanity the Crackdown series has been famous for, but this time in glorious 4K. Preceding all the explosive mayhem is a hilarious and outrageous speech delivered by none other than Terry Crews, the actor pumping up viewers for the action to come. Check it out below:

The exciting, action packed E3 video showcases the over-the-top feats gamers have grown to expect in Sumo Digital’s upcoming follow-up: including the ability to throw cars (or buildings, as Crews suggests), collect orbs, and leap ridiculously high into the air. Gameplay wasn’t the only Crackdown 3 reveal during E3. The long-awaited release date was also announced, which states that the title will finally come to Xbox One consoles on November 7th of this year.

Thanks to the newly unveiled Xbox One X (formerly “Project Scorpio”), the game will have both 4K and HDR support for the new console, but it’s unclear how these upgrades will be implemented or what other enhancements could also be included. When any more details are made known, expect them here at Don’t Feed the Gamers, and be sure to follow us on Twitter to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news from E3. Check out these next few links for a few of the highlights from today’s Xbox’s press conference, or watch it for yourself here.

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Phone-browsing Wikipedia in one hand and clutching his trusty controller in the other, the legendary Eric Hall spreads his wealth of knowledge as a writer for Don't Feed the Gamers. Be sure to catch his biweekly "Throwback Thursday" segment for a nostalgic look at trivia from the past.


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