Microsoft gaming boss Phil Spencer said that his company will publish Smilegate’s Crossfire X shooter game in the West. He made this news today onstage at Microsoft’s press briefing ahead of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles.
Crossfire is a shooter that is more popular than Call of Duty in Asia. The free-to-play game has more than 650 million players worldwide, Spencer said.
And now it looks like that is about to get a little bigger. Crossfire isn’t necessarily the best-looking shooter game, but Crossfire X looks like it will be quite pretty when it debuts in the West.
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