Ubisoft’s Open-World racing game The Crew 2 will receive new content every three months

Ubisoft is in the role since they have finally begun the spice-up community and marketing tasks even before the official release hits. Namely, The Crew 2, which is an open-world racing game, according to Ubisoft, will receive new content after every three months. The most exciting part is that a lot of them will come for free, so players won’t need to spend any funds in obtaining them. Do not forget the Season Pass!

The Crew 2 had quite a fantastic closed beta phase with some of the top-notch streamers escorting the event on their stream. We have been fortunate enough to grab the private beta access as well, so we’ve jumped into the game and tried different disciplines the game offers.

To be honest, it looks quite fantastic, since we haven’t experienced any errors during the closed beta. Not a single crash nor glitch appeared. One thing’s that concerns us is just the sort of unrealistic gameplay it has. However, let’s move to the original subject. After its closed beta, Ubisoft has stepped up the gas pedal claiming that The Crew 2 will receive content on a continuous level, which shall cover multiple areas in the game.

The Crew 2 is here for the long run, and Ubisoft wants to make it home for fellow gamers by pushing helpful updates inspired by the game’s community. In a recent video they have announced that each month, the game will receive two new vehicles to the already existing lineup. The first update, Gator Rush, will be released on September 2018, and from there, it will just keep on receiving new content.

You can watch the video below:

The Crew 2 launches on June 29th, 2018 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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