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Starting at 6.00 pm AEST on 31 May and running until 6.00 pm AEST on 4 June, the closed beta will be offered on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4.
The Crew 2 was announced during an earning's call.in May 2017 and will again feature a scaled down map of the United States.
The publisher notes players who are selected for the beta are encouraged to make use of the ability to pre-load the build, which will be available from May 29. The beta will also feature the game's Fast-fav system, which lets you switch from vehicle to plane to boat with a single click, depending on the terrain you're racing, raiding, and/or flying over.
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The Crew 2 is set to release in full on June 29. Players will also be able to use the Fast-Fav feature, and instantly switch their vehicle type depending on the terrain they encounter as they explore a attractive open world recreation of the United States.
The Crew 2's beta will feature the first level of the game's progression system in the entire open world which will see them take to the skies via plane, burning rubber in the streets of iconic cities, and coasting on the water under bridges like the Golden Gate Bridge.
Check out the full details on The Crew 2 site.
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