First shown off at E3 this year, The Crew 2 is still on the way. In a presentation at Gamescom, Ubisoft showed off a new trailer that gave the game an official release date: March 16, 2018.
As we reported previously, The Crew 2 will allow players to control not only the expected cars, but boats and planes. The trailer, embedded below, focuses on that dynamic while stressing that America is again your playground (as it was in the ambitious but somewhat flawed first title).
Right now, you can head to the game’s official site and sign up for beta access on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC. There’s also information on the game’s Deluxe Edition, which offers additional content, and the Gold Edition, which will let players access the game three days early. The latter version also includes the planned season pass, which should be reassuring if you were afraid Ubisoft wouldn’t pursue whatever money is left in your wallet or purse after an initial purchase.
If you would like still more information about The Crew 2, make sure to check out our interview with a member from the game’s development team, conducted a few months ago, at the time of its reveal. Then mark your calendar as you prepare to play in America in 2018.