Quantum Break Developer to Work on First-Person Shooter CrossFire 2


Cure Entertainment’s next undertaking is CrossFire 2
CrossFire 2 is the continuation of CrossFire, a well known shooter in Asia
Cure will chip away at the diversion’s story
In the event that you were expecting Quantum Break and Max Payne designer Remedy Entertainment to chip away at a spin-off of Alan Wake just yet, reconsider.
The organization’s next diversion is CrossFire 2. Indeed, the story for CrossFire 2 to be particular.
“At the CrossFire Vision Summit held in Shanghai amid the Chinese Joy 2016 meeting, Smilegate uncovered that Remedy is in charge of building up the story mode for the up and coming to CrossFire 2,” the engineer posted on its site.
“Smilegate particularly picked Remedy to bring our special mix of narrating, paramount characters and innovative gameplay to CrossFire’s worldwide crowd,” the post proceeds.
CrossFire 2 is the continuation of Crossfire, a first-individual multiplayer shooter like Counter-Strike carried out by South Korean engineer SmileGate. The greater part of CrossFire’s group of onlookers is in China and South Korea with the diversion of apparently raking in nearly one billion dollars in China alone in 2013. A motion picture in view of the amusement is also underway.

Allowed Remedy has indicated it has the accountabilities to create convincing stories as any semblance of Alan Wake and Quantum Break has demonstrated, however these are recreations which have had a transcendently Western group of onlookers. How it adjusts to an establishment that is common in Asian locales what with social subtleties and distinction in narrating could represent the deciding moment CrossFire 2. Then again maybe it’s a sign of Smilegate’s goals of conveying CrossFire 2 to a bigger gathering of people past Asia? The truth will surface eventually.