What you need to know
- CrossfireX is a popular first-person shooter that's coming to Xbox One.
- A beta may start on June 25.
- The Microsoft Store listing also says it's 4K on Xbox One X.
- You'll be able to download the beta through the Microsoft Store.
CrossfireX is a popular first-person shooter that's making its way to Xbox One soon. Today, Twitter user "WalkingCat" spotted a listing for the beta on the Microsoft Store. It's hitting the system on June 25, and is Xbox One X Enhanced.
According to the Microsoft Store listing, the game runs at 4K on Xbox One X. It's unclear what the frame rate is at the moment, but we're hoping for 60 frames per second since it's a first-person shooter. We'll keep you posted as soon as we receive confirmation. You can take a look at some of the gorgeous screenshots below.
Are you excited for CrossfireX on Xbox One? Will you play it? Let us know. Remedy Entertainment is also working on a campaign for the project!
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