The Crew: Wild Run for PlayStation 4

The Crew: Wild Run

Nov 17, 2015
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This game requires the base game The Crew to play.

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen


Expand your revolutionary action-driving game! NEW EXTREME VEHICLES – Unstoppable monster trucks, agile motorcycles, roaring dragsters and evasive drift cars. GET WILD -Ride recklessly across the entire US map. Customize your cars, monster trucks and motorcycles for mayhem in the stunningly updated open world. THE SUMMIT – Visit iconic US locations every week to compete in wild stunt and racing competitions solo or in co-op. CREATE YOUR OWN RACE - make up your own checkpoints on- and off-road

Gamer Reviews

11 Reviews

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Critic Reviews

14 Reviews
Scott ButterworthNov 24, 2015
The UI is still an unintuitive mess, the story is still laughably bad and impossible for new players to avoid, and finding players to join my Crew frequently took far too long. And while the driving mechanics and general visuals have undoubtedly improved, they still haven't caught up to other, better racing games like Forza and Need For Speed. As a result, The Crew as a whole remains a lackluster experience, even with its monster truck half-pipes.
Trevor HoustonDec 22, 2015
At the end of the day, The Crew: Wild Run doesn’t measure up to other racers on the market. Franchises like Forza and Need for Speed have such a head start, it will take years for the Crew to catch up in terms of overall quality. If you have stuck it out with The Crew since 2014, the 25 bucks for the expansion is money well spent. If you haven’t tried The Crew yet, you’d be wise to spend elsewhere.
Matthew HayesNov 18, 2015
It’s proof that for almost a year now Ivory Tower and Ubisoft have been listening to fans and incorporating their feedback into an expansion that finally gives The Crew an identity of its own. Without your own crew, though, the streets of America feel barren and lifeless. If you’re willing to make the effort to reach out to a group of like-minded players with whom you can travel and compete, I can recommend The Crew: Wild Run without hesitation.