CrossfireX Launches For Xbox Today, Xbox Game Pass Users Unable to Access Campaign
Developer Smilegate has today released its free-to-play shooter CrossfireX, following its announcement back in 2019. Featuring a single-player campaign from Alan Wake, Control, and Quantum Break studio Remedy Entertainment, CrossfireX also includes a selection of modern and classic multiplayer modes to delve into
The CrossfireX campaign is available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers, but users have been unable to access campaign content. Microsoft has acknowledged the issue on its Xbox Support account on Twitter, offering assurances that it's “working to resolve” whatever it is that's preventing Game Pass members accessing the campaign.
CrossfireX is available for Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One now, offering fast-paced first-person shooter action, and a cinematic campaign that puts you at the centre of a global conflict between two feuding private military factions. You can download CrossfireX here and check out the launch trailer below.
We’re aware that users may be unable to acquire the CrossfireX campaign content as part of the Xbox Game Pass subscription, and we’re working to resolve. Please keep an eye here or on our status page for updates. https://t.co/PzAdjUFMJj— Xbox Support (@XboxSupport) February 10, 2022
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If anyone actually pays for the "free" campaign, I hope they're refunded.