Astute viewers may have noticed that Crackdown 3 was not shown at Microsoft’s press conference earlier today. And there’s good reason. Developer Reagent Games has announced that Crackdown 3 will not be coming out until sometime in 2017. No reason for the delay was given, however they did confirm that it will be available on Xbox One AND Windows 10, much like the rest of Microsoft’s future releases.
Today in completely unsurprising news, the new season of Twin Peaks, which has already been plagued with numerous production issues (including Lynch walking away from the project, only to be wooed back, presumably for a big bag of cash), has now slipped from its projected 2016 air date. No further details are available, including when, exactly, in The Year Of Our Jericho 17 it will premiere, but for now we just have to take solace in the fact that at some point, we’ll all get to know the answer to the real question:
Dead, probably, I dunno.
Ok, stick with me on this one.
According to Welcome to Twin Peaks Dot Com, series co-creator Mark Frost told National Baseball Hall of Fame senior curator Tom Shieber that season 3 won’t come out until 2017, having been pushed back from it’s original “sometime probably in 2016” time frame.
Mark Frost was reportedly visiting the Hall of Fame to throw baseballs at a bottle in order to determine the success of season 3. “I have become deeply moved by the plight of Twin Peaks fans,” Frost was reported as saying, before throwing the first ball and missing the bottle by several feet.
After the whiff, Frost went on to say “The challenge for us is to try and come back and raise the bar above what we did the last time. We’re coming back with season 3 of Twin Peaks after a 25-year absence. We’ve finished the scripts, we start production in September, and that will be coming out on Showtime in 2017.”