DGS-Online writes: "Crackdown released in 2007 when it appeared initially that the attached Halo 3 beta was more interesting than the title from Realtime Worlds. After a while it appeared confident that Crackdown was a good title and it's time for a sequel. Not by Realtime Worlds, as they are now working on the MMO All Points Bulletin, but Ruffian Games. Not entirely coincidentally, since that studio has a number of people who initially under the banner of Realtime Worlds Crackdown worked. The sequel is in good hands."