The Crew 2
The Crew 2
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Summary: A strange follow-up to Ubisoft's open world driving franchise, The Crew 2 lacks many features that generally come standard with the genre. The scenery may be nice, but this one is lacking a lot under the hood.
Developer: Ubisoft Reflections, Ivory Tower
Genres: Action, Racing
The Crew 2 gives you the chance to showcase your skills and rise as a multi-skilled motorsports champion.
WELCOME TO MOTORNATION – TAKE THE CHALLENGE TO THE GROUND, SEA, AND SKY
Push boundaries and take on new experiences in iconic locations. Fly and spin through fog and clouds above the snowcapped Rocky Mountains, burn rubber in the backstreets of New York City, sweep through the Mississippi River, and explore every inch of the Grand Canyon. Driving your dream hypercar, riding some of the most iconic American bikes, and taking control of the swiftest aerobatic planes and powerboats: opportunities for fun and challenges are limitless in a fully redesigned USA.
BE THE CHAMPION YOU WANT TO BE
Join four different motorsports families from around the country: street and pro racers, off-road experts, and freestylers. They’ll hook you up with new rides, and they’ll introduce you to their own unique motorsports culture and set of disciplines. Through competitions and chance encounters, find and hone your personal style, collect and customize your dream rides, show them off in your HQ, and make your mark on the entire US motorsports scene.
SHARE AND SHINE IN A CONNECTED WORLD
The world of The Crew 2 is fueled by the need to share your personal accomplishments and unique moments with friends and others – break records and be a pioneer! Every time you achieve something, it will be saved as a new challenge for other players, while you will be encouraged to surpass the feats of others. Capture and share all of your best moments with the press of a button.
The Crew 2: E3 2017 Motorsports Gameplay | Ubisoft [NA]
The Crew 2: E3 2017 Cinematic Announcement Trailer | Ubisoft [NA]
The Crew 2: Available June 29, 2018 | Gameplay Trailer | Ubisoft [NA]
The Crew 2 is big, confident, and stuffed with arcade racing action – land, sea, and air. There's undoubtedly something still charming about a racing game that lets us drive an F1 car across the Golden Gate bridge, fly a Spitfire through the Grand Canyon, and crash a monster truck through Central Park, but its uneven presentation, lack of events that use its best features, and absent PvP is a bummer.