Crackdown 2 to provide “ultimate co-op and competitive multiplayer experience”

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 9 June 2009 13:34 GMT

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This isn’t looking good for the single-player massive. Microsoft just put out some Crackdown 2 blurb that only makes mention of online and multiplayer features.

The full thing:

The sequel to the award-winning vertical-world adventure, Crackdown 2 is the ultimate open-ended world action experience, only available on Xbox 360. The game lets you be judge, jury, and executioner for a huge, fully explorable city. Crackdown 2 takes multiplayer gaming to unprecedented levels for the ultimate co-op and competitive multiplayer experience, providing you and your friends with the complete freedom to explore, destroy, and play your way as you restore justice and peace to Pacific City—by any means necessary.

The game was rumoured to be online-only earlier this year.

We’ve asked for comment. It’s out in 2010.

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