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17 May 2018, 01:25 | Justin Tyler
Closed Beta to Run from May 31st to June 4th on All Platforms
Forget what you know about the first game, though, The Crew 2 is a far bigger, more ambitious prospect than its forebear.
The Crew 2 closed beta will run from 8AM UTC / 9AM BST/ 10AM CEST / 4AM EDT on Thursday, May 31 to 8AM UTC / 9AM BST/ 10AM CEST / 4AM EDT on Monday June 4. The stream will take place in The Crew 2's Twitch channel at 10:00 am Pacific / 1:00 pm Eastern. Preloads will be available starting May 29. The beta will also feature the game's Fast-fav system, which lets you switch from auto to plane to boat with a single click, depending on the terrain you're racing, raiding, and/or flying over. In addition, they can explore the entire USA without restriction, the full line up of vehicles and customizations, sharing features and will even be able to earn and exclusive closed beta reward.
The Crew 2 will be available worldwide on June 29. As part of the closed beta, players can participate in the Motor Trend Classic Challenge which takes racers to New York City and has them compete with vehicles from the street racing family. Finally, all closed beta participants will unlock an exclusive in-game leather jacket for use in the final game.
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