The Crew is Ubisoft’s new spin on open-world racing: watch the trailer here

The Crew

By on June 12, 2013 at 1:05 pm

During yesterday’s Ubisoft conference at E3 (click here for a full report), the company revealed The Crew, an open-world, persistent-world, real-world racer (world) which had been secretly in development at Ivory Tower.

Unfortunately it’s not the extended gameplay sequence we were treated to on the stage, but as that was a live demonstration that’s to be expected. If you’d like to download the trailer in 1080p, head over to our file library.

Check it out below.

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This looks pretty nifty, and as another driving game from Reflections, ubisoft will probably get my money.

 
Artful-dodgeR

Looks quite nice!

 

Cool looking concept

 

Damn, wasn’t till about half-way through the trailer I realised it was CGI and not live-action

 
Faint_Man_Australia

Want this I do now.

 

faintmanaustralia:
Want this I do now.

also me

 

Looks great just hope we get Aussi servers, Racing games on US servers are unplayable

 

Yeah that looks pretty sick indeed , hav’nt got into a driving game in ages , this might be the one.

 

darthlondar:
Damn, wasn’t till about half-way through the trailer I realised it was CGI and not live-action

Same…. That was spectacular…

I’d buy this…

 
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