How to Earn More Money in The Crew 2

Money is one of the two methods of purchasing vehicles in The Crew 2, so earning lots of it is important.

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Winning races in The Crew 2 takes more than just having the skills to drive well, it requires knowing how to earn money to buy the vehicles needed to win. Earning money can take a long time, which is why it’s important to fast track the process and earn as much money as possible, as quickly as possible.

How to Earn More Money

There are a lot of different vehicles to purchase in The Crew 2, from drag racing cars to high-soaring planes, all of them costing a lot of money. Earning more money in The Crew 2 can be a tricky and time-consuming process, but it is essential if you want to fight through the Live Xtrem Series.

Dotted around the vast and expansive map of the United States of America are events that can be played with a press of a button. Each event rewards a lump sum of cash – or “bucks” as they’re known in game – which can then be used to purchase more vehicles. Outside of doing events, completing the Live Xtrem Series (the main story in The Crew 2) rewards even more money.

To improve the amount of money that these activities reward, it’s a good idea to increase the difficulty from normal to hard. Upping the difficulty will obviously make the race a lot more challenging to win as the other racers will be significantly better. However, with enough vehicle upgrades and with some knowledge of the track, coming first and earning tons of cash shouldn’t be a problem.

Finally, another means of getting more bucks is to take part in the photo challenges scattered around the map. These can be found everywhere, so you won’t have to look too hard. When a photo challenge appears, simply complete it and rake in the cash!

Now that your wallet is full of cash, make sure you know how to get new vehicles in The Crew 2, as having all that money sitting there isn’t fun – flying new planes is fun!

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