The Crew 2 Delayed Until Mid-2018

Gaming 44 December 9, 2017 by

It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything about The Crew 2, the sequel to Ubisoft’s open-world driving game. We do have some news, but unfortunately, it’s not very good.

In an announcement posted on the cleverly-named “Ubiblog”, Ubisoft confirmed the launch of The Crew 2 will be delayed until “the first half of our next fiscal year” on PlayStation 4. Ubisoft’s fiscal year starts on April 1, so that means we should expect the game sometime between then and October 1.

The game was previously set to launch on March 16, 2018, with an online beta set to take place sometime before then. If you’re interested, you can still register to be part of the beta, but there’s no word now on when it will actually take place.

The Crew 2 definitely caught our attention when it was revealed at E3 earlier in the year, with an extensive car collection from the likes of Chevrolet, Porsche, and Audi, along with the ability to drive other types of vehicles like boats and planes. You can catch up on more of the features and the game’s pre-order bonuses right here.

Stay tuned: we’ll keep an eye out for more news on the game next year.

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