The Crew 2 Finally Has a New Release Date

The Crew 2 Finally Has a New Release Date

Pedal to the metal.

Ubisoft announced today the release date for The Crew 2. The sequel to the company's driving and motorsport franchise will now officially launch on June 29 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

The Crew 2 was first announced at E3 2017 and was initially slated for a mid-March release. That release date got delayed to an unspecified time, but it looks as though Ubisoft has finally settled on a new date to launch its newest driving game.

Ubisoft also announced The Crew 2 Motor Edition which will give players access to the game three days early. The Motor Edition will also include the season pass found in The Crew 2 Gold Edition, a Motorsports Deluxe pack full of digital content like outfits and vehicles, and a physical, 11.81'' x 5.9'' American The Crew 2 license plate, which probably shouldn't replace your actual license plate.

The Crew 2 is an open-world, driving game, though players can operate more than just cars. There are multiple vehicle types players can take control of such as planes, boats, and bikes, which players will need to switch from to drive across the many different environments available to players. The Crew 2 will take place all across America in a continuous open-world which will take you from coast to coast.

Given the many different vehicles players can have access to, there are also several different kinds of driving styles to explore like street racing, off-road, pro racing, and freestyle. So players are encouraged to mix-and-match vehicles and vehicle types.

Ubisoft released a new trailer for the game which you can see above. For more information you can also check out Everything We Know About The Crew 2 guide for all the latest trailers, news, and info.

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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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