The Crew 2
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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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There’s a lot to do, but a lot of it bleeds together and isn’t helped by the frustratingly perfect AI. Playing with friends should add some life, but only if you have a consistent group. Otherwise it’s down to how much grinding you can put up with.
Sure, it’s well made, but it’s uninspiring and, too often, just boring, eschewing the Inception-like world bending the pre-release trailers promised for simple street racing, a dull XP system and, honestly, things like drift racing which are mostly done better in other games. What you’re left with is just an average game, and that’s disappointing given how brilliant a game with this idea could be.
The Crew 2 is much bigger and much better than its predecessor. It’s not perfect by any means, but it does tick many of the boxes that it desperately needed to, nevertheless. Issues with the lack of map engagement and the T-800 AI to the side, The Crew 2 offers a robust and gorgeously detailed racing experience. It’s accessible, fairly deep, well rounded and thoroughly entertaining, for the most part.