CrossfireX Beta Set for June 25 on Xbox One, Leaked via Microsoft Store
A year after the announcement of CrossFireX, the FPS should arrive in beta within a few days on Xbox One.
The title, CrossfireX, derived from CrossFire, a CSGO-like FPS very popular in Asia, with more than 600 million active players, had been announced during E3 2019 to arrive on Xbox One, but almost no information had since been communicated. It now seems that the arrival of its beta version is only a matter of days, since it is scheduled for June 25 according to leaked information on the Microsoft Store.
Unlike the Asian version, the one that comes to us will have a solo campaign developed by Remedy, according to the latest details. In terms of multiplayer, we find two groups of mercenaries, “Black List” and “Global Risk”, who must compete in order to accomplish several objectives.
Smilegate Entertainment, the Korean studio in charge of its development, should not belong in telling us more before the beta launch on June 25.
If CrossFireX will be available on Xbox One at first, a PC release is not to be ruled out in the more or less near future.
Here’s an official description of the game below:
CrossfireX delivers an intense 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 guerilla 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.