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Published on April 25th, 2007 | by Daniel David

New Crackdown content coming soon

Agent G from the official Crackdown forum posted a image of a new game type and vehicle that should be coming soon to Crackdown. This new image shows off a new weapon-mounted buggy and the image seems to show a four-player racing game.

None of this is confirmed yet but an announcement for this should be coming in the near feature. My friend needs to hurry up and get this so I can take a shot at it.

Source: Kotaku

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