This closed beta will give players the chance to try out the first level of the progression system in The Crew 2 and will offer races in all four of the game's disciplines.
We have to admit, we're rather excited for The Crew 2. As is the case with most other closed betas, space is limited, so only some players who have registered for the test on the game's official website will be selected to participate. To create more adrenaline-fueled experiences, players can use the Fast-Fav feature and instantly switch their vehicle type depending on the type of terrain they will encounter: an airplane flying underneath San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge can turn into a boat with the touch of a button.
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If you're able to get into the beta you can invite up to three friends to join your own "crew" online, and tear up the streets.
Ubisoft has said that there will be no restrictions on where players can roam in the world, saying that they can "explore [the] entire open world with no loading times or barriers". As of May 31, 2018, gamers will be able to partake in the closed beta on the PS4, Xbox One, or PC. Players will find challenges and inspiration among four different motorsports families: street racing, off-road, pro racing and freestyle, and will be given a broad set of options among a wide selection of vehicle types.