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Although the latest Crackdown was only officially confirmed a few days ago at Microsoft’s E3 media briefing, Xbox boss Phil Spencer claims early build footage from the game was first revealed in April as part of a cloud presentation.

The video demonstrates the possibilities for developers when utilizing cloud-based computing. Using a “build demo” of Crackdown, the representatives from Microsoft compare frame rates between identical machines with and without cloud support. The results are remarkable.

[youtube http://youtu.be/QxHdUDhOMyw]

None of this footage was pre-recorded or scripted. Those environments were being destroyed in real-time and there were some obvious differences in the frame rates. Crackdown and Halo 5 are set to be Microsoft’s poster children for cloud-based computing. Both games plan on running in 1080p and Halo 5 was recently confirmed to run at 60fps thanks to the power of the cloud.

There is no denying the potential of cloud-based computing, but do you think more devs will support this technology after seeing testimonies like this? 

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Miles Dompier is the chief editor and founder of What’s Your Tag?. He is a Seattle native who recently moved to the sweltering heat of Los Angeles to pursue his dream of becoming a composer/voice actor. When he’s not up writing until his eyes bleed, he likes to play a Prince level of instruments and listen to terrible death metal. Follow his shenanigans on Twitter and be sure to join our gaming community; TEAM XBRO

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Miles Dompier is the chief editor and founder of What’s Your Tag?. He is a Seattle native who recently moved to the sweltering heat of Los Angeles. He likes to ironically play Creed on the guitar and listen to terrible death metal. Twitter: @Mileson_WYT Xbox Live: I Mileson I

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