The Crew 2 is the new hope-bearer in the skies of racing game fans. Whether Ubisoft can hold on to some success franchises on the slopes, what players are expecting is now on PC, Xbox One and PS4.
Description of the game
Ubisoft presents The Crew with an “Always On” title, which offers the entire United States of America as a racecourse. There are other players, who can join together to crews, try to destroy their carts and compete against each other. If you want, you can jump over the map without any loading times from one coast to another and continue there. Or within 90 minutes the entire path itself.
Story of game
If you do not want to meet other riders, the 20-hour single-player campaign can also be used, in which you and your crew have to turn off enemy take-overs by other criminal drivers to leave the streets in your possession.
To make the game more lively, The Crew is “always online”. If you want, you can race on your own but there are always other players rushing past you. Basically, an open-world MMO racing game is sold here that can score with current graphics.
The problem is, however, if you have no Internet connection, or “Day0” problems, as with Diablo III and SimCity occur, then one can not play the crew anymore. All storage locations are on the cloud and stay there. Without the gamingcloud there is no racing game.
In The Crew 2, there are many different ways to pass the time. There are other in-game events for each individual vehicle in the form of classic races or even skill tests, where the collection of points is at the forefront. For example, in our short test phase, we have tackled the drift challenge, which requires as many well-done drifts as possible in order to be able to meet the given number of points.
Or you can start with some very innovative and first-time integrated vehicles like the Alpha Grand Prix in the numerous race modes, which require more or less good driving or flight kills. Because, by and large, The Crew 2 resembles an arcade racing game, which is not necessarily dedicated to realism.