Crackdown 3 Extra Edition Update Gives Players Even More Power

Published: May 31, 2019 2:15 PM /


crackdown 3 extra edition

The Crackdown 3 Extra Edition update is here! This free content update for the superpowered police force dials things up to 11 (maybe even 12!) with several new additions, including new achievements, powerful new skills, and a bunch of fun toys!

The first new addition noted in the news post about the update is the ability to give yourself infinite health, ammo, and gadgets once you've raised your skills enough. Super speed and an amped-up jetpack have also been made available, and you can now increase the power of your attacks with fire, ice, electric, and toxic elemental attacks.

Some fun new toys have been added, too. Players can now spawn a bunch of different objects in the game world. Whether you want to litter the streets with beach balls or deadly mechs, the choice is up to you! You'll also be able to earn up to 250 Gamerscore via the newly-added achievements.

In addition to these changes to the base game, a progression system has been added to Wrecking Zone. 100 levels of vanity items are available to players who stick with this game mode for the long haul. These include holographic lenses, helmets, weapon skins, face paints, and much more! Fans of the game need not worry; many of these new cosmetics in the Crackdown 3 Extra Edition update will continue to uphold the game's strange obsession with ducks. Six new overdrive skills have also been added to make combat even more intense.

You can see the new goodies in the Crackdown 3 Extra Edition update by watching its trailer. The Extra Edition Update should now be live on all platforms.

What do you think of the new additions in the Crackdown 3 Extra Edition update? Do you like the progress that the game has made since its launch? Let us know in the comments below!

Have a tip, or want to point out something we missed? Leave a Comment or e-mail us at

A photograph of TechRaptor Senior Writer Robert N. Adams.
| Senior Writer

One of my earliest memories is playing Super Mario Bros. on the Nintendo Entertainment System. I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I… More about Robert N