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PSA: Crackdown 2 'Toy Box' content no longer borked


4:00 PM on 09.04.2010
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Yesterday we told you that the "Toy Box" downloadable content for Crackdown 2 was totally broken and not to buy. Today we say, go right ahead.

According to the game's developer, Ruffian Games, everything is all better now. It says the issue was "cause by problems mastering the DLC package." Those problems included the game crashing when loading, problems with Achievements, and problems with the "Voice of The Agency." Those are a lot of problems.

If you already purchased it, here's what you do: delete it, re-download it. That's it. Users across the board are reporting that, yup, that'll do it. Let us know if you're still having issues.

Crackdown 2 : DLC freezing issue solution here [Ruffian Games]






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