The Crew 2 Gold Edition for Xbox One 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.
In all, The Crew 2 is a big step forward for the series and does its best to right the wrongs of the original. Take the time to learn the ins and outs here and you will have a game that gives you hours and hours of enjoyment.
The Crew 2 is much bigger and much better than its predecessor. It’s not perfect by any means, but it does tick many of the boxes that it desperately needed to, nevertheless. Issues with the lack of map engagement and the T-800 AI to the side, The Crew 2 offers a robust and gorgeously detailed racing experience. It’s accessible, fairly deep, well rounded and thoroughly entertaining, for the most part.
The crew 2 outshines its predecessor with a remarkable arcade-ish nature, that is not necessarily very unique or original. The new cars and variety of events blends to make it a very enjoyable and fun game that will drive us around the entire United States for a while.
The Crew 2 is big, confident, and stuffed with arcade racing action – land, sea, and air. There’s undoubtedly something still charming about a racing game that lets us drive an F1 car across the Golden Gate bridge, fly a Spitfire through the Grand Canyon, and crash a monster truck through Central Park, but its uneven presentation, lack of events that use its best features, and absent PvP is a bummer.
The Crew 2 did a good job on improving the original game. It's a little bit more of everything, and the new road/sea/air feature offers a lot of fun and variety. Some new race categories are much better than others however (the bike races are particularly bad), and the driving controls are still basic compared to what we can expect from a 2018 racing game.
A slightly above average arcade racer with a giant map that unfortunately brings more trouble than benefits. Dynamic switching of vehicles is funny, but it is unable to cover up the unfinished work. [Issue#288]
It’s not bad, but it lacks imagination outside of the singular gimmick that you can change vehicles at any time, and ends up just being rather average.