Gaming Crackdown 3 Release Date Possibly Leaked With More Microsoft Titles in One Photo Advertisement In the past few hours, there has been a debate all over Reddit where the photo is coming from but it reveals a lot of information! According to this piece of evidence, we might be getting a new Halo game in November 2018! The title we are all excited about is definitely Crackdown 3 and according to this image, it will be released May 2, 2018!Advertisement The full list: Sea Of Thieves – March 16, 2018 Crackdown 3 – May 2, 2018 State of Decay – June 8, 2018 Ori – August 14, 2018 Forza 4 – September 25, 2018 Ninja Gaiden – October 30, 2018 Halo (untitled) – November 9, 2018 Crimson Skies – April 17, 2019 Dark Tide – September 20, 2019 Dino Crisis – November 19, 2019 Dead Rising – December 6, 2019 The original post was created in the Xbox one subreddit but it seems that it is now removed. The same one can be found in the Halo subreddit.Advertisement Prev postNext post Advertisement Related Topics:crackdown 3haloleaksmicrosoftninja gaiden Up Next Overwatch players might be facing demotion in Season 6 Don't Miss Naughty Dog Goes On a Hiring Spree For The Last Of Us 2 2 Comments 2 Comments andrewsqual August 24, 2017 at 4:53 pm Well it has that expected May 2018 (which is still Spring 2018) date for Crackdown 3 so it could be real lol. But the silly picture taken at a stupid slanted angle, that all fake “leaks” look like, just makes it fake. Also, Microsoft sends out their release schedules in an Excel file, that’s it. I think the bigger news with this image, if it was real, is that State of Decay 2 has been delayed from its “Spring 2018” release date. Uh oh. Reply Pingback: A Screenshot of 14 Xbox One exclusives leaked that are going to be released in next two years Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Advertisement Advertisement AdvertisementAdvertisementAdvertisement Trending Featured2 weeks ago EA Didn’t Change Anything. They Just Postponed Their Money Grab Scheme. Featured3 months ago The Rise and Fall of EA’s Reputation Featured4 months ago Ubisoft announced Year 3 of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Support and Content Featured3 months ago Is Game Development Profitable?