Ubisoft details and dates the second free update for open world racing game, The Crew 2.
It’s been a bumpy road for The Crew 2. Early previews of the game were full of promise, and the tantalising prospect of air, land, and sea racing across an open world was genuinely exciting.
The end product – although not without merit – didn’t quite live up to those early expectations. However, if there’s one thing we can rely on, it’s that Ubisoft continue support their games, even after a rocky launch.
The second major update for The Crew 2 is called Demolition Derby, and will be released on December 5 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
The update introduces a new Demolition Derby discipline in which competitors can aim for a top-three placement. Two new arenas have been created especially for the event: the Bonneville Salt Flat, and the Tucson aircraft cemetery.
In addition, PvP modes are finally coming to the game, starting with Street Racing and Motocross events. New contests will also be added, including Drift, Alpha Grand Prix, and Rally Cross challenges.
In a separate update, two new vehicles are now available: the Audi RS3 LMS, and the Aeroboat VS12.
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