The Crew 2 Articles
Starting today, The Crew 2 is available for a free weekend through April 28th. Players will have full access to the game, including the new content added in the Hot Shots update. Players who try out the game and decide to purchase it can do so with a sweet 70% off the normal price for the base game and 50% off the Season Pass. Any progress attained during the free weekend will be kept if the game is purchased.
The Crew 2 is free to play on all platforms from December 13th to December 17th. The client is, in fact, already available for download. This is a great time to try out the game if you've been on the fence about buying it. Just last week, the Demolition Derby update went live that includes PvP and the chance to race around the track explosively destroying others' vehicles! Sounds like fun!
The Crew 2 is speeding along in its newest major update, Demolition Derby! Bringing the chance to go head to head with other players in time attack races as well as smashing viciously into others while destroying cars left and right in the Demolition Derby discipline. This huge update brings all this and more and I had a chance to check it all out ahead of time courtesy of Ubisoft.
The Crew 2 will be receiving an awesome new update on December 5th. Called "Demolition Derby", the new content puts players will get behind the wheel of 100% destructible vehicles while working to make sure that other players vehicles are destroyed. This is a "no-holds-barred" activity with players racing on tracks from the Bonneville Salt Flats to the Tucson, Arizona desert.
This weekend, PC players can race in to try out The Crew 2. From today through September 30th, the entire game is free to play, with all maps, vehicles and events available. All progress will be saved and the game itself is 45% off for those who choose to purchase it. Those who wish to try out the game can start preloading now to be fully prepared to race into action. This is a U-Play only event.
During Gamescom 2018, Ubisoft announced that The Crew 2 would be receiving its first major update on September 26th. Called "Gator Rush", the update will be free to all game owners on PlayStation 4, PC and XBox One. Players can look forward to the Hovercraft Discipline, new events and the "heart of the southern swamps". Racers can get hold of three new hovercraft vehicles to take out for a spin on the Bayou.
The Crew 2 has been live since June 29th, and by now we have all had a decent amount of time to sink deeper into what this game is supposed to be. The first title in the series debuted to mixed reviews but eventually was shined up nicely to be quite a good game. Has Ubisoft learned from the past and made a stronger game or are we simply going to get more of the same? This is our review of The Crew 2.
The Crew 2 is coming out of the gates with its engines going full blast. Weather it's with tires squealing as you drift through turns or the roar of your boat as you gun it down waterways or the sound of your propeller as you turn and do barrel rolls through the sky in your plane, the game seeks to deliver a fun and unique gaming experience to you the player. But is it delivering on everything it promises? We'll dig a little deeper on a few areas in this review in progress of The Crew 2.
PlayStation 4, XBox One and PC / Windows players who own the Gold Edition of The Crew 2 can rev their engines and put the rubber to the road starting today. To celebrate today's limited launch, Ubisoft has released a brand new trailer.
The Crew 2 hit open beta this weekend for a limited time so that everyone could get a taste to see if Ubisoft has improved on the original formula that was The Crew. More cars, more bikes, more boats, planes & hovercrafts oh my. There is a lot in the new game, but only some of it was available during the open beta. Let's take a look at how the game is so far.
Ubisoft has announced the details of this weekend's The Crew 2 open beta event. Players in the US in the US will be able to take part in a number of features of the game from Thursday, June 21st through Monday, June 25th. Participants also have a chance to win a Harley Davidson Iron 883 motorcycle too!
The Crew 2 recently had a closed beta test, and lucky for TheHiveLeader, he got to take part! Is this sequel better than the original? Or is it gonna go all sequel on us and be bigger and louder with no substance? Let's find out!
Feel the water on your face as you race your way through the waves, or feel the air flow through your hair as your car whips around a corner, figuratively speaking of course. The Crew 2 picks up where the first one left off in terms of gameplay, graphics, and open world story missions. Your character selection process begins with picking your perfect avatar for the story ahead. The Crew 2 is very much different from the first game, and that’s definitely for the best.
Ubisoft has revealed the system specs for The Crew 2 ahead of the start of closed beta testing currently scheduled for May 31st to June 3rd. Registrations for CBT are still open, so if you pass the specs test, you still have time to sign up.
Ubisoft has announced that the closed beta for The Crew 2 will take place from May 31st to June 4th. Interested PC, XBox One and PlayStation 4 players are invited to head to the official site to sign up for a chance to take part in the invite-only CBT. Lucky beta invitees will also be able to invite "up to 3 of their Ubisoft friends to participate in the Closed Beta through the Beta portal".