The latest update for The Crew 2 is now available on all platforms. Dubbed ‘Blazing Shots’, the free update brings a host of new events, vanity items, and of course, new cars to roam the open world in.
Players of Ubisoft’s The Crew 2 will be the first to get their hands on the latest British sports car. The 2019 TVR Griffith, built as part of the brand’s revival, will make its racing game debut in the massive open-world racer.
At long last, The Crew 2 is now available on the PS4, Xbox One and PC platforms. There’s a lot more going on in Ubisoft’s ambitious sequel to its open-world racer. Unlike the original, The Crew 2 allows players to explore the land, sea, and air.
Tomorrow, The Crew 2 will touch down on all platforms, giving racers a chance to race across the States. Before the big day, Ubisoft has taken the opportunity to go over how players will climb the ranks.
Today, thousands of players across the globe are getting in on The Crew 2. Early access has begun, and the game marks a rather unique point in the history of the racing genre: it’s the first new racer to feature both Porsche and RUF from day one.
The Crew 2 is the latest open-world racer from Ivory Tower. Expanding on the 2014 original, it is once again set in a miniaturized version of the continental US. This time though, the devs have added planes and boats to the mix, even allowing players to swap between them with the touch of a button.
Fans of The Crew 2 may have noticed a beta quietly sneak onto the PS/Xbox Stores earlier this week. Ubisoft has since confirmed (via its pre-E3 conference) that the open beta is coming next week, June 21.
The Crew 2 is set to release in three week’s time on June 29 for all platforms. As Live Content Manager Sofiane Brahimi is quick to point out, that’s just the beginning. While we await a second go at the game with the open beta, let’s go over post-release support.
Earlier this month a bombshell reveal showed off the Red Bull RB13 coming to The Crew 2. The idea of a fully-licensed F1 car parading around an open-world racer is unprecedented. As we close in on the game’s June 29 release date, racers won’t have to wait to take it and many other vehicles for a spin.
The release date for The Crew 2 is right around the corner. Ubisoft’s sequel to its open world racer is due for release on June 29 on all platforms. A lucky few won’t have to wait as long to get their first taste of the game as closed beta testing kicks off at month’s end.
With release slowly but surely approaching, players will finally get a chance to play The Crew 2 soon enough. Following a disappointing delay earlier in the year, Ivory Tower is preparing the ambitious open world racer for the end of June. The vehicle roster in the title will span land, sea and air but there’s a special treat for hot hatch fans. Meet the Renault Megane RS 2018.
Ubisoft has released a new trailer for open-world racer The Crew 2. Due to launch next year, the game continues its trip around the US but offers players the chance to ride in boats and planes alongside the standard vehicles.