The Crew 2
The Crew 2 is an upcoming racing video game developed by Ivory Tower and published by Ubisoft for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It is the sequel to 2014’s The Crew. The Crew 2 will be publish in 16 Mar 2018 . It features a persistent open world environment with an offline mode for free-roaming across a scaled-down recreation of the United States, the game allows players to control a variety of vehicles including planes, cars and boats.
Similar to its predecessor, The Crew 2 is a racing game. In the game, players assume control of a relatively unknown racer, who is trying to work his way to become successful in multiple disciplines. It features a persistent open world environment for racing and free-roaming across a scaled-down recreation of the contiguous United States.
In addition to cars, players can also control other kinds of vehicles including planes, motorcycles, and boats. Each vehicle has their own control physics, meaning that gameplay is different when players are controlling different types of vehicles.
Players can switch between controlling air, land and sea vehicles instantly. The game features four different hub worlds, with each having their own theme and playstyle. These themes include off-road, street racing, pro racing, and freestyle.
Vehicle customization will also be featured in the game. Similar to the first game, it will place a huge emphasis on multiplayer but will feature offline mode as well (this was due to receiving criticism from the first game’s always-online DRM). It also features a cooperative multiplayer mode, which allows players to join different rally raid events together. This mode can also be played solo with artificial intelligence.
As the game features a variety of vehicles, Ivory Tower also needed to improve the game’s graphics. According to the game’s producer, Stephane Jankowski, these new types of vehicles allow players to explore the open world with new perspectives. For instance, flying a plane means that players can see objects that are very far away.
As a result, the engine had to be mod to significantly improve the game’s draw distance. The engine was also update to include other enhancements, such as atmospheric clouds and realistic vegetation. The game’s control was design to be accessible but “hard to master”. If you like other driving games look the review of Dirt 4 Review For Pc , Playstation 3 and Xbox One