May 10, 2007 - Great things are in store for destructive sandbox game Crackdown, with developer Realtime Worlds releasing some major downloadable content featuring new modes, weapons, cheats and special moves.
Although no release date has been given, Realtime Worlds is planning to deliver a mixture of both free and paid-for downloadable packs, according to TeamXbox, which has the first look at the new content.
Major free improvements include easier orb hunting, a deadly ground strike attack, targeting enhancements and a 'Keys to the City' cheat mode, enabling you to experiment with infinite ammo, spawnable vehicles and more - all of this and other additions can be downloaded in just one update, called the Free-For-All Pack.
Meanwhile, for those that like to splash their cash on premium downloadable content, Realtime Worlds is planning a host of new paid-for modes and items. The Getting Busy Bonus pack includes three new vehicles, several weapons (like a cloaking device), modes for single-player and multiplayer and even new Achievements for anyone desperate to upgrade their Gamerscore.
Thanks to IGN.com for sharing the news with us!