The Crew 2
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About this game
Developer: Ubisoft Ivory Tower
Content Rating: Teen
The Crew 2 captures the thrill of the American motorsports spirit in one of the most exhilarating open worlds ever created - the entire US of A. From coast to coast, enjoy unrestrained exploration on ground, sea, and sky.
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although it has a vast open world experience , it gets boring really quickly the first crew had a better story , this one is just about getting followers , besides that really enjoyable to play with your friends
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Critic Reviews37 Reviews
The Crew 2 offers players the chance to drive everything with a motor across a shrunken version of the United States. It provides a fun driving experience and looks stunning, but ultimately it lacks focus from being pulled in too many directions. There are bright spots here and there, like Monster Truck trick courses or Rally Cross events, but The Crew 2 falters in equal measure.
It's hard to ignore the unsavoury taste that comes along with The Crew 2's social media-based progression system. That being said, most people will accept that it's just a somewhat topical stand-in for an experience point system – and skip through all of the awful vlogger posturing and horrid presentation – to find at its heart a knockabout arcade racer with the capacity to make you smile.
In what I can only assume was an unintentional parallel, progressing in The Crew 2 depends on getting enough social-media followers to up your reputation to unlock new tiers of events so you can do it all over again. Jumping through all these hoops for other people’s amusement (but not my own) is a hollow purpose – a kind of vain attempt for validation that quickly grows thin.