Ubisoft's The Crew 2 gets closed beta later this month


Ubisoft's The Crew 2 is heading into a closed beta at the end of this month, on all launch platforms (yes, that means PC!).

Though Ubisoft say the beta content represents a "work-in-progress" version of the game, it'll feature the "entire open-world" in free roam mode, as well as opening events in the street racing, powerboat, rally raid, and aerobatics disciplines.

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Also up for grabs is the Fast-Fav feature, which allows you to change your vehicle at the tap of a button depending on the terrain.

The Crew 2 is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on June 29. If you don't get in, that might be another way to get some playing time in The Crew 2 closed beta.

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The Crew 2, judging from our time playing it at E3 past year, will embrace the absurdity of its ideas. In addition, they can explore the entire U.S. without restriction, the full line up of vehicles and customizations, sharing features and will even be able to earn and exclusive closed beta reward. As part of the closed beta, players can participate in the Motor Trend Classic Challenge which takes racers to New York City and has them compete with vehicles from the street racing family.

The Crew 2 will be available worldwide on June 29. The game's playground pushes physical boundaries to let driving and open world fans test their skills, solo or with friends, in nonstop competition and exploration.

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