The Crew 2 is coming to you via land, sea and air on March 16, 2018 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Ubisoft revealed the released date via this speedy trailer, along with a link for players to sign up for future beta access. Here is that link. Vroom.
Today is Ubisoft’s annual earnings report, which means it’s time for a big update on what the French publisher will release over the next year. Ubisoft is promising four big games: Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, The Crew, and South Park.
The Crew #5 is a comic that gave me life. It’s a remix of history, a superhero genre work that seethes with spiritual energy. Reading it feels like, no lie, going to church.
Today on Highlight Reel we have a high speed escape, Nathan Drake shenanigans, a fanciful horse, and much more!
The Crew is getting an expansion. The Crew: WildRun will bring a “complete graphical overhaul” and “wild rides” to Ubisoft’s wide-open racer. That means monster trucks, motorcycles, dragsters, and drift cars. It’s out November 17th.
On today’s Highlight Reel we have population explosions, skeptical fatalities, flying peasants, slow motion car explosions and more!
Today on Highlight Reel we have clumsy enemies in Counterspy, bad lumberjacks, GTA V karma, golf hell and more!
In Highlight Reel today we have some close calls in The Crew, stylish ways to kill zombies in Dying Light, a Life Is Strange mashup and more!
Today on Highlight Reel we have ace helicopter flying, a killer Smash Bros. finish, water-walking cars and more.
Today on Highlight Reel, we have reckless NPCs in The Crew, a great SRAW shot in Battlefield 4 and a bit of realness in the wacky playground that is GTA V.
Kevin Spacey's future tech may be "20 years ahead" of the fictional future military's, but that doesn't mean it works perfectly all the time.
Last night, when I went to bed, the last thing I saw as I turned off my PC was a huge banner ad on Steam advertising Assassin's Creed: Unity. By the time I woke up this morning, the game was gone. You couldn't buy it on Steam if you wanted to.
MMO-racer The Crew will be a few weeks late, arriving on December 2 instead of November 11, Ubisoft announced in a blog post. Good news is that this means there will be another closed beta test, which Ubisoft says they're planning to carry out in November, this time on the PS4 and the Xbox One.
Today Ubisoft announced that country-sized racer The Crew will be coming to Xbox 360 in addition to Xbox One and PlayStation 4. PlayStation 3, however, has been left sputtering at the starting line. Fans aren't pleased, but Ubisoft claims it's much easier this way.
We've seen games that let you run from one end of a huge, real city to another. But Ubisoft's The Crew promises an altogether more impressive spectacle: one smooth drive from Miami Beach to the beaches of Los Angeles. Take a look.
Ubisoft's big open-world racing game—announced at E3 last year—will be out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this fall, the company said today.
What does being a next-gen game or hardware mean, exactly? While the answer is kind of murky—in some ways, the coming generation doesn't feel like a huge departure from our current generation of hardware —one of the places we can see concrete changes is when it comes to multiplayer games.
Ubisoft's just-announced The Crew is an ambitious, impressive-looking game. A Need for Speed-like street racing game with a ton of singleplayer and multiplayer options, set on a ridiculously massive map that spans from Los Angeles to New York City. But if you want to play it, you're going to need an internet…
Yesterday, I got to spend some time playing The Crew, Ubisoft's ambitious next-gen, open world racing game. It looks, at first blush, like any other street-racing game from the last few years. And then you see the map. The humongous, size-of-America map.