The Crew 2 and innovations!

Shortly put, we are expecting sandstorms, police blockades, demolition of surrounding buildings

by Sead Dedovic
The Crew 2 and innovations!

In the end, The Crew 2 has turned out to be a great video game that has garnered a lot of attention from players all over the world. Every year, the creators of this game are able to show innovation, which is a good thing. There is no doubt that Crew 2 is an excellent project that will amaze everyone who plays it.

It is commendable that even though The Crew 2 has been around for four years, it is still receiving new content on a regular basis. Today marks the beginning of the seventh season of the arcade racer, and the first episode of that season, titled Into the Storm, brings a number of interesting developments.

The game's owners will get a new five-part race for free, which is different from other races in that we will see dynamic events taking place on the track, as opposed to static races. Shortly put, we are expecting sandstorms, police blockades, demolition of surrounding buildings, and so on and so forth.

There's almost an impression that The Crew 2 took inspiration from the former Motorstorm in terms of gameplay. There will be a Mitsubishi 300 GT VR-R No Rules Edition car as a prize for the winner of the entire competition.

Paid part

Aside from the free part of the content, there will also be a paid part of the content available through the so-called Motorpass, a system of rewards based on 50 levels of reward. The list includes expensive cars such as the McLaren P1 Gold Line Edition, the Pontiac Firebird T/A Golden Wings Edition, and others.

In addition to the content update, the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles will receive a significant upgrade that will enhance the overall experience of the game. There will be 144-op resolution at 60 frames per second available in the Performance option from now on.

On those consoles, The Crew 2 has been running at 60 frames per second since 2021, but until now it has been displaying at a dynamic 1080p resolution, so this is a significant improvement in the quality of the displays. Due to the significant changes and additions to the content in this update, this update will be quite large as a result. You should expect to have to download 31-33 gigabytes of data depending on the platform you are using.