The Crew 2 Gold Edition for PS4 includes: The Crew 2 base game, either in physical or digital format. It also includes a series of bonuses and extras such as the Ford F-150 Raptor Race Truck 2017, the Abarth 500 2008 Monster Truck Edition and the Pilatus PC-21. And the Season Pass that will grant access to all DLCs that appear in the market after the game launch on March 16,2018.
The second episode of the Ubisoft franchise, set in a huge open world in which the protagonists are vehicles. We are located in Motornation, a huge, varied and beautiful playground built for motor sports across the country. We will enjoy unrestricted exploration on land, sea and air.
From coast to coast, street and professional pilots, off-road explorers and freestylers meet and compete in all kinds of disciplines. As if it were an MMO, we will be able to compete directly or collaborate with other players while fulfilling missions and at the same time we are evolving our vehicles to adapt them to different terrain or to complete increasingly difficult challenges.
The Crew does a lot of things right. Not only does it give you a huge game world to explore, but the ability to change up the whole experience by tuning your car differently is an excellent addition to Ivory Tower’s ambitious racer, allowing you to take one car and do so much more than just a mere race. Apart from the microtransactions you cannot go wrong here by jumping behind the dashboard of your favourite car and taking off into the sunset across the desert.
For all its structural successes, The Crew is also slightly bland and lacks of a deep control scheme or mission variety.
The Crew on the PS4 is a highly ambitious game that succeeds on some levels and fails on others that results in a standard racer.
Technical issues and shallow multiplayer waste the fascinating open world racer created by Ivory Tower.
It may have the prospects to become a great MMO racer, but at the moment The Crew is not able to deliver ever a fragment of what Reflections promised it would offer with this racer.
The Crew offers lots of unique road trips in a gigantic world full of content. But unfortunately we could not overcome the technical issues, sloppy graphics, bad driving behavior and other flaws this game has. It is awful to see all that potential go to waste like this.
Such is the slow death of The Crew, a foundation of a serviceable racer, weighted down with the worst tendencies of AAA "added value" game design. There's a good game buried alive inside it, and when they finally plant the headstone, the cause of death will be chiseled as "trying too hard."