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anm8rjp 03-12-2003 12:06 PM

Is CZ coming to Xbox? Any Details? LIVE?
 
Is Ritualistic making Counter Strike Condition Zero for the Xbox or is Valve or another studio doing it for the Xbox?
Will it be LIVE enabled? Will it have improved graphics. The screenshots I've seen here don't seem to look as nice, as say Ravenshield. Any Xbox details would be appreciated, since I can't find any reference to them on this site. It mentions only a PC version. Also will it be released in 2003?

MadOnion 03-12-2003 12:45 PM

Re: Is CZ coming to Xbox? Any Details? LIVE?
 
</font><blockquote><font class="small">In reply to:</font><hr />
IGN: Nonetheless, this move takes a big Xbox Live game and moves it further into the future. Does this mean we can expect an announcement of another premier Xbox Live title to replace Halo 2 this Christmas?

EF: We are going to announce some games at E3 that haven't been announced before that should be for Holiday, some of which support Xbox Live, some of which don't. I can tell you one game that people are excited about and that's Counter-Strike. That's going to be a big.

Ed Fries, Microsoft Games Studios Chieftain

[/ QUOTE ]

Valve, Microsoft or Sierra will announce who's porting Counter-Strike to the Xbox and reveal what features it will include during E3 in May. Until then you won't get any information from employees of Ritual Entertainment because they certainly won't comment on rumors or speculation.

Note that Ritualistic is the official fansite and is not involved in product development.

kanaeda 03-12-2003 03:50 PM

Re: Is CZ coming to Xbox? Any Details? LIVE?
 
awesome! somebody comes forward and posts the proper response for us. it's good to know that some of you understand the situation we are in and how that restricts what we can and can't say. [img]/forums/images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

he's right. that's something to be handled by Valve and/or Microsoft.


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