CrossfireX came out almost a year ago. 12 months have passed, and now the creators have decided that his time is up. Remedy’s work on Crossfire X marked a departure from the tradition of a studio known for its creepy, atmospheric shooters, as it became part of the larger Crossfire game developed by Korean studio Smilegate.
And today, the creators of CrossfireX announced the end of support for the failed shooter:
It is with deepest regret that we inform you of our decision to end support for CrossfireX on May 18, 2023. Since the launch of the game, we have worked tirelessly to bring it to a level that we can all be proud of, and throughout this we have had the honor and pleasure to support our players. It was not easy to come to this decision, but we can proudly say that our players have shown amazing activity, passion and enthusiasm in working with us to create a game that will be interesting and enjoyable for everyone. We want to thank each and every one of our players for playing CrossfireX and for being part of this journey with us.
All sales have been stopped. No new content will be added to the game (i.e. maps, modes, camouflages, etc.). Purchases made within the last 14 days as of February 3, 2023 are eligible for a refund.
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