Microsoft announced that Crackdown 2 is now available on Xbox One through backward compatibility. This lines up nicely with the recent release of Crackdown 3, so if you haven’t played the predecessor, this is a good chance to check it out.
— Larry Hryb (@majornelson) March 9, 2019
To make things even better, the game is free, too, so you can download it at no extra cost (on both Xbox 360 and Xbox One). Editor Ben Reeves gave Crackdown 2 a 7.25, saying that “What hurts the most about Crackdown 2 is that I would have been content with a simple, by-the-numbers sequel with a few token improvements.” While Reeves mostly enjoyed the game, Crackdown 2 didn’t offer the same innovations of its predecessor.