Crackdown 3 devs working on Wrecking Zone Party support, Campaign saved games and unlocked framerate for Co-op

Sumo Digital has issued a developer update, revealing the first things that it is going to address via a post-launch update. According to the update, developers are currently working on implementing Wrecking Zone Party support, addressing the Campaign saved games issues and unlocking the framerate for the co-op mode.

In addition, Sumo Digital has released a new Bonus Content pack for Crackdown 3 that is available for free to all gamers. This pack includes the “Quackhammer” weapon, Commander Jaxon’s Ultimate Suit, and the “Linebacker” vehicle.

After installing the bonus DLC, you’ll have to do a few things to equip these new Agency goodies:

  • To look Boom-tastic in Commander Jaxon’s Ultimate Suit: Create a new Agent or head to a Supply Point with an existing Agent, choose Agent Jaxon on the Agent selection screen, and then use the toggle to switch between regular and Commander Jaxon.
  • To drive in style with the Linebacker vehicle: Get to a Supply Point with a vehicle pad and select the Linebacker from your available inventory.
  • To equip the Quackhammer: Access any Supply Point, open the Loadout screen, scroll to the very bottom of the left hand column and select the Quackhammer.

Unfortunately there is no word yet on the awful PC stuttering issues and whether they will be fixed. As we wrote in our PC Performance Analysis, the game suffers from some truly awful stutters in both the single-player and multiplayer modes. These stutters can be so severe and frequent that they are currently making the game completely unplayable on the PC.

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