With several big name games hitting the shops in February, including CrossfireX, it’s safe to say that everyone will find their style of gaming during the last month of winter.
Remedy Entertainment’s fans might know the name of the game (and they are already happy for hearing about Alan Wake II becoming official; the Finnish team openly claim they are going for a survival horror style, and Epic Games will publish this game), as this team is responsible for the single-player campaign of the game, making it more than just a basic multiplayer free-to-play title, which South Korean Smilegate Entertainment handles.
Here’s Smilegate’s overview of the game: “CrossfireX delivers an intense free-to-play multiplayer first-person shooter experience spanning multiple thrilling gameplay modes, unique characters, and cinematic visuals. CrossfireX offers a fierce first-person shooter experience where players are immersed in a sprawling global conflict between the world’s two most formidable private military factions.
Global Risk employs veterans of powerful armed forces who use advanced technologies to fight for order and security; Black List employs hardened mercenaries trained in guerrilla tactics who fight to destabilize oppressive regimes in the name of freedom. Choose your side and complete objective-based missions across a variety of classic and innovative modes featuring tightly crafted gameplay and cinematic visuals,” Smilegate wrote. We’re curious about Remedy’s involvement, as they tend to provide us with high-quality, not-so-forgettable experiences.
CrossfireX will launch on February 10 on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One. As we mentioned, February will be a tough month (just to name a few titles: Dying Light 2: Stay Human, Dynasty Warriors 9: Empires in the West, The King of Fighters XV, Horizon Forbidden West, Elden Ring, Grid Legends; plus the Steam Deck will be shipped to the customers that month…).