Modern day MMO looks to resolve things peacefully.
After announcing last September that it had signed an agreement with Epic for use of Unreal Engine 3 on MMO CrimeCraft, Vogster Entertainment has confirmed that the title will be released for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.
Although actually confirmed back in October via the company's website (check the "About Vogster Entertainment" section here), no one apparently noticed (including us sadly) until just recently that the game was indeed headed to both next-gen consoles in addition to the assumed PC version.
Aside from the fact that it will run on Unreal Engine 3, so far we know that it will allow players to own real estate and cars, possibly run shops and other establishments, fight for territory and in clan wars, and even resolve conflicts without a single shot. That's not a lot to go on, but promising enough that the game may make a mark on the competitive MMO market.
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