Luckily, fans won't have to wait until the end of June to get their hands on the much-anticipated sequel as Ubisoft is holding a closed beta at the end of the month.
Also up for grabs is the Fast-Fav feature, which allows you to change your vehicle at the tap of a button depending on the terrain. 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.
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This closed beta will give players the chance to try out the first level of the progression system in The Crew 2 and will offer races in all four of the game's disciplines. In The Crew 2, you can now take to the skies in the cockpit of an agile stunt plane or hit the waves from behind the wheel of a powerboat, effectively in an instant.
That's not the only hook The Crew 2 has going for it, however.
What's more, beta participants will receive a leather jacket in their inventory in the final game as a reward. They will find challenges and inspiration among four different motorsports families: street racing, off-road, pro racing and freestyle, and will be given a broad set of options among a wide selection of vehicle types.