The Crew to release in Spring, exact date somehow not revealed

The Crew

By on April 9, 2014 at 6:23 pm

Ubisoft have revealed that they’ve narrowed down the launch window for The Crew from “anywhere in all possible future time” to “Spring 2014″.

This is of course Not A Surprise, because Spring (September to November) is the heaviest release period of the year, when it would make the most sense to release such a game. But you know, look: here’s a new trailer!

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I’m still keen for this, hope it can deliver.

 

So uh… what kind of game is it? Racing?

 
Lord_Apophis

I hope it doesn’t require uDontPlay, but I will probably have better luck finding socks that don’t match at this point.

Would look awesome on my eyefinity display set-up too. :(

 

I hope it’s handling isn’t too butchered and GRID2 like.

I guess we’ll see when it’s released…

 

nekosan:
So uh… what kind of game is it? Racing?

Objective based racing I think, work with your crew (ie friends, groups of 4) to complete objectives like take down a truck, get from point a -> b, races against other crews, wouldn’t be surprised to see vs type modes of vrew vs crew destruction.

They’re claiming it takes 90 real world minutes to drive from one side of the map to the other, without loading screens, so I think the idea is it’d be filled with other racers, but I’m not sure on that.

As for car handling, Ubisoft reflections is involved, who make the driver games, personally I thought the handling in Driver San Francisco was fine, but who knows if that’s part of they game they’re working on.

 

If it handles like Driver SF I’ll be one happy objective based racer.

 
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