[The Game] Comes to The Crew 2’s Second Season Tomorrow as Free Update

New adventures await players in The Crew 2 from tomorrow, with Ubisoft’s plans to release Season Two Episode 2: The Game as a free update for the Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Google Stadia and Windows PC versions of the game. A majority of the content will be immediately unlocked for no additional charge, although will see the commencement of a new Motorpass which offers premium rewards for those willing to spend real money.

In The Game, after joining a team of secret agents with The Agency, players will have the opportunity to participate in the craziest competition ever produced by Motorflix.

In addition the latest “Creators” vehicle will be rolled out into the game. These vehicles are created by freelance 3D artists and designers and will be available to play each season. This season introduces Ice Hunter from creator, Andrey Tkachenko, a Russian concept artist who re-imagined an ice cream truck for the Rallycross discipline using Tkachenko‚Äôs signature retro-futurism style. Sadly, it does not appear that all-you-can-eat ice-cream is included.

Free monthly vehicle drops will also continue, letting players pilot new vehicles including the Koenigsegg Gemera (Hypercar) on May 19 or the Yamaha YZR-M1 (Moto GP) on June 2. Players can expect more vehicle additions over the course of the Episode alongside new vanity items, including new rooftops and tyres, as well as avatar outfits, smokes, tires, underglows and window tints.

[The Game] Comes to The Crew 2's Second Season Tomorrow as Free Update 1

In terms of the Motorpass, both Free and Premium Rewards will be offered as you progress over it. These include  exclusive vehicles such as the Chevrolet Grand Sport Armored Edition (Street Race) and the Shelby GT500 Americar Edition (Rallycross), vanity items, outfits and currency packs (Crew Credits and Bucks). 

The Crew 2 is now available for the Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Google Stadia and Windows PC as either a standalone purchase or as part of the Ubisoft+ subscription service.

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