Become "King of All Motor Sports" in The Crew 2

Become "King of All Motor Sports" in The Crew 2

Boats, planes, cars, monster trucks, oh my

The Crew was Ubisoft's take on the moto-racing genre, but simple street racing apparently wasn't good enough for The Crew 2. Ubisoft took the stage at their E3 presentation this year to expand what creative director Stephane Beley calls, "Motor Nation." This means The Crew 2 will let players drive everything from cars to motorbikes, to speed boats, gliders, planes, and even monster trucks. Everything under the sun that can be piloted, driven, or otherwise propelled through fuel can be playable in The Crew 2.

Ubisoft unveiled a cinematic trailer for the Crew 2 that covers all the new moto-related vehicular shenanigans as you venture down the road to become "King of All Motorsports." The story mode looks far more robust as the main character racks up wins in a variety of races across multiple vehicles. Basically a driving god who is somehow the best motorbike racer, racecar driver, speedboat captain, airplane pilot, and monster truck... monster.

Check out the trailer below.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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