Crackdown 2 to have four-player co-op, single-player mode

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 9 June 2009 14:00 GMT

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Microsoft’s released the first proper details on Crackdown 2, confirming the game has a single-player experience of some form.

The sequel, announced last week in Microsoft’s press conference at E3, is to have four-player co-op and competitive multiplayer for up to 16 people.

The company said earlier that Crackdown 2 “takes multiplayer gaming to unprecedented levels for the ultimate co-op and competitive multiplayer experience”.

Get pumped. It’s out next year.

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