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The Crew: Calling All Units

Ubisoft Reflections, Ivory Tower
Nov 29, 2016 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
Weak

OpenCritic Rating

60

Top Critic Average

15%

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Critic Reviews for The Crew: Calling All Units

Calling All Units is not the expansion that the players were looking for. The chases between the police and players are very repetitive missions. Only the chases in the free mode are entertaining.

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An expansion that doesn't offer enought variety and new features as we would have loved.

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Calling All Units is a fairly basic expansion to The Crew, offering very little in the way of content. But its new PvP chases help turn it into the MMO it was originally meant to be.

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Ultimately, splitting the difference between the highs and lows of the new content leaves the expansion feeling a little middle of the road.

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The Crew: Calling All Units is a police-focused extension that also includes Wild Run. This expansion adds a new history mode with a long duration, and whose main objective is to show us the new mechanics of the game. Unfortunately it is not perfect as it seems and failures' details as the vehicles' physics could be better.

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Overall, “Calling All Units” is a neat expansion to add to The Crew, but unless you’ve got a sufficient in-game credits you’ll either need to buy crew points with actual money or grind through events to afford the vehicles you’ll need to complete the additional missions. Gameplay-wise the upgraded pursuits are fun to play and the delivery events are enjoyable too, although they do get repetitive. The new police vehicles look great and handle well too, and for those gamers who haven’t finished the base storyline yet, the expansion adds some additional flavour to the game.

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The Crew’s newest expansion whilst fun on occasions fails to deliver on its police-themed concept

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Rizentral
7 / 10
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The Crew: Calling All Units is good for anybody looking to spice up the standard or Wild Run edition of The Crew as they await its sequel coming in 2018, but it's not a necessity.

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