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The Crew

by Ubisoft
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2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)

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Platform: Xbox One
Edition: Standard Edition
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  • Takes you and your friends on a reckless ride inside an open-world recreation of the United States
  • Infiltrate and overtake the 510s, a gang grown around Detroit's illegal street racing scene
  • Each locale, including Miami and New York City, comes with its own surprises and challenges
  • Jump in and out seamlessly and build your crew of four through bonding or intense rivalry
  • The extensive tuning system allows you to collect a range of parts and customise your cars

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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox One
  • PEGI Rating: Unknown
  • Media: Video Game

Product details

Platform: Xbox One | Edition: Standard Edition
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  • ASIN: B00D781YWA
  • Release Date: 2 Dec 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 33 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

From the Manufacturer

Welcome to the next generation of driving games

The Crew is a revolutionary action-driving MMO developed exclusively for next-gen consoles and high-end PCs that leverage new hardware capabilities to connect players online like never before. The Crew takes you and your friends on a wild ride across a massive open-world recreation of the United States that is loaded with exciting challenges. Generous in content and tailored for the connected generation, The Crew is the next-gen game that redefines action-driving.

Take part in a relentless ride to move up the ranks of the 510s, a gang grown around Detroit's illegal street racing scene, making a rep for yourself on the underground racing scene and ultimately taking down their activities all across the United States.

The most varied driving experience of all time

Manoeuvre through the bustling streets of New York City to lose the cops, cruise down sunny Miami Beach, or trek through the breathtaking plateaus of Monument Valley. Each locale comes with its own set of surprises and driving challenges to master. On your journey you will encounter other players on the road, all potentially worthy companions with whom to crew up, or future rivals against whom to compete.

Join a living, breathing world of car enthusiasts, where you always have someone next to you, ready to take on new challenges with or against you. Jump seamlessly in and out of each other's games at any time, joining forces to overcome the toughest challenges: takedown a rival faction driver on Las Vegas Strip, escape the police patrols across downtown Chicago, or confront an opponent crew on Florida's beachfront highways. Make new encounters, cooperate with your friends, and beat their achievements when they're gone. Build your crew of four drivers and take them in a thrilling ride through the entire US.

Live all the adventures of driving

The entire United States is your driving playground, covering thousands of square miles from city to suburb, county to county, state to state, coast to summit. Discover what freedom truly means, without any barriers to restrict your car to the road, in a world of unprecedented scope and loaded with exciting challenges. Crush rival crews in illegal street races in Detroit, chase down that last Colorado collectable in the snowy mountain peaks of Aspen, beat everyone on the racing track, or run after a target in the water drains of Los Angeles. This is driving at its most exciting, varied and open.

A new generation of hardware requires new standards. Exclusively developed for the next generation of consoles and high-end PCs, The Crew offers a massive open-world version of the United States, recreated with amazing graphics and level of details. A world in which any driving fantasy can be realised – street, dirt, cross-country, circuit. A world brimming with life, challenges, and activities to keep you entertained for long. Continue the experience on iOS, Android tablets, and on the web. Keep track of your friends' performances to beat their scores when you're back in the game, or tinker with your ride and play it live to set new records.

Welcome to next-gen driving

Earn new vehicles as you progress and customise them according to your style and driving preferences. Do you have the required mastery for an endurance race, or the lightning-fast reflexes to tackle an epic downhill rally? Collect cosmetic and performance parts, including stickers, liveries, rims, bumpers, skirts, wings, and hoods. Make your car unique and take it on any terrain, such as asphalt, snow, sand, dirt, or grass – anywhere you go, there's always a friend to show it off to, and more people to beat.

Continue the experience on iOS, Android tablets, and on the web with The Crew companion game. Tinker with your ride before playing it live, equip car parts, chat remotely, browse your friends' profiles, and send your crew on jobs on-the-go.

Key gameplay features

Tuning specs

Full Stock: How it rolls off the dealer lot. This is your basic ride and a 'blank canvas' for your own modified evolutions!

Street: Dealer options and off-the-shelf DIY additions. Usable day-to-day ride with enough grunt to have serious fun.

Dirt: Crash cage, uprated suspension, dirt tyres, newer models uprated to all-wheel drive. Go tear up those backwoods!

Raid: Crash cage chassis, uprated suspension and transmission, high-profile off-road tyres on steel rims. This is a 'go anywhere' ride, so what are you waiting for?

Performance: Anything to get the power up! Holes cut here and there, after market components, track day tyres on lightweight rims.

Circuit: Wider track, lower ride height, interior stripped out, crash cage, seats and harness, pro engine tuning, low-profile racing slicks, super wide rims. Not road legal!

Missions

Go To: Your aim is to get from one point to another any way you can before time runs out. Keep your eyes peeled for shortcuts and take the racing line.

Collect: Pick up all the items scattered around the map as fast as your engine will allow, because if time runs out you're done. Keep your wits about you and take the optimum route.

Get Away: There are people out to get you and now your only option is to floor it before half the local PD or gang descend on you like a ton of bricks.

Follow: Follow one of your posse to the next hideout or tail a target until time runs out. Anticipate their movements and take shortcuts where necessary.

Takedown: Your car is your weapon. Put that weapon to good use as you chase down and stop a bad dude or dudette.

Outrun: You've got a destination to reach and not enough time to get there – pass through checkpoints on the route and add some precious extra seconds to the clock.

Race: Your aim in Race missions is – what else? – to win. Floor the accelerator, take the racing line, and beat down any other drivers foolish enough to come close.

Skills

These challenges are arcade-oriented mini-games peppered across the world that will put your driving senses to good use. They trigger as you drive through them and can be tackled from any direction.

Climb: Get your car as high as possible in the time limit.

Escape: Get as far as possible from the marker within the time limit.

Follow: Stay on the line for as long as possible in the given time.

Jump: Hit a ramp, grab some hang time, and land as close as possible to the centre of a target before time runs out.

Precision: Pass through as many gates as possible in the given time.

Scramble: Hunt down and collect as many items as possible in the given time.

Slalom: Weave through as many gates as possible in a given time limit.

Speed: Grab the fastest car you have, stomp your foot down, and drive as fast as possible in the time limit.


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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Hugely ambitious but does not quite make it.... 10 Dec 2014
Platform for Display:Xbox One|Edition:Standard Edition
This game promises so much but has probably bitten off more than it can chew.

I've got both Forza Horizon 2 (FH2) and The Crew and effectively the only weakness of FH2 is the Crew's only real strength. The map in the Crew is hugely impressive. It's massive, it has a great variety of landscapes and cities and probably captures the different elements of the US well. The map in FH2 by contrast is quite small and bland in comparison.

However, the graphics in FH2 knocks the spots off the Crew. When you drive around in FH2 you cannot help but be impressed, however in the Crew I keep seeing things I find sloppy and disappointing. Draw distances are poor, when you come over a horizon and should expect to be wowed by a magnificent view, you instead get a plain and disappointing spectacle with not much detail. If you're on flat land where the draw distances are irrelevant and not that far, then it is OK and not bad. The graphics look OK for an XBox 360 but you would expect much better on an XBox One, especially if you've played FH2 on te XBox One.

Concerning the storyline, they would have been better to go the TDU way (Test Drive Unlimited) and really forget about it and just let you as the driver earn your cash in races and other activities, let you buy newer and better cars and work your way up. Instead you have a story line which is not particularly interesting and not a great variety of missions / activities to pick and choose from at once (I don't include the 'skills' is this as they are very quick and simple). Also some of the missions are very hard and can really only be done in coop / multiplayer mode.

Driving the cars is OK and I guess what you expect from an arcade style racer. FH2 is of course very impressive in this department.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Tedious and repetitive game 15 Dec 2014
By John
Platform for Display:Xbox One|Edition:Standard Edition
The Crew is not an enjoyable game as it is far too difficult and so so frustrating. That however is not why I am giving it one star, the negatives are endless:
*The handling of the cars is a bonkers, all-over-the-place mess with no consistency. Even tweaking all the settings does little to ease this. I've achieved the maximum player level 50 and I still find the handling to be painful. It also takes forever to turn around if you brush against a stone and go flying off the track in a race, which leads me to....
*The 'back on track' feature is no use, it sets you back far behind everyone else and penalises you for using it. It's usually easier to do it yourself.
*I've only managed to join an online 'crew' once, haven't been able to join another one since as it seems there's nobody else online.
*Many of the stats that count towards achievements reset to zero or almost zero whenever you log off.
*The 'skill' missions are ridiculous as they are either really easy (jump, speed) to impossibly hard (follow the line, precision) even from the very first one. There are almost 600 of these things to plough through.
*This has been touted as an MMO - all this seems to mean is that it has online pvp races ( even though it can never find any other players online)
*The 'smartphone' is pointless, and is the icing on the cake of this game's love of endless, repetitive and complicated menus.

I feel I have wasted a lot of hours of my life on this game as you seem to get nothing out of it, no matter how long you play. It seems just to be an enormous game for the sake of it - but it's only enormous because there are 600 repetitive, tedious skill missions to do. And I don't know of anyone who would willingly do a four-hour 'faction' race for next to no reward.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Average at best. 19 Dec 2014
By Gez
Platform for Display:Xbox One|Edition:Standard Edition
I've been playing The Crew recently. Unfortunately it has to follow in the shadows of Forza Horizon 2 which IMO is a far superior game. The storyline in The Crew reminded me of the old Need for Speed titles, which is okay. Sadly the visuals are far less detailed than I expect from a 'next gen' game. The fact that I can change the colour of the stitching on the seats (yeah really!) is a bit of a gimmick to me as even when using cockpit view, you are unlikely to see details like this. Many of the exterior modifications also seem the same with very minor changes such as the fog lights being slightly further apart. For me, the game would benefit from reducing this unnecessary fluff and get the gameplay improved.

Handling of the cars is - as others have said - poor. Even in a straight line, you have to keep making adjustments to the steering just to stay on the road. If you do spin - you'll be out of action for what seems like ages while you reposition on the road. I'm sure this can be tweaked using the settings, but why isn't the default setup for 'normal' driving?

As for races, the opponents will surge away then slow down for you to catch up. There are the usual spattering of Ubisofts now trademark 'optional tasks' which litter the map. These involve various trails like jumping off a ramp and weaving through gates. I believe this leads to upgrades for the cars (which level up anyway when you do).

If you are an achievement fan - get ready to play co-op as they are nearly all multi-player tasks. I did spot one for upgrading a car to level 1299. Seriously?? 1299 levels on a car?

If you want a fun driving game that ISN'T a race sim - go and buy Forza Horizon 2 instead.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
amazing great exciting game
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Brilliant game
Published 1 day ago by Amanda Stoten
1.0 out of 5 stars Worst car game on xbox one
Awful, really awful, not worth the money, it looks dated, terrible graphics and it runs at a poor 30fps at best. No where near as good as forza horizon 2.
Published 2 days ago by Zanxion
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4.0 out of 5 stars Tyred of the bad reviews
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1.0 out of 5 stars One Star
Absolutely terrible - does not live up to its potential
Published 6 days ago by Lauren Lewis
1.0 out of 5 stars Good idea but poorly executed
The concept of the crew is fantastic a huge open world to explore, with a vast array of activities and missions to do. Read more
Published 7 days ago by Freddie charles oliver
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
all problems sorted appropiately
Published 8 days ago by M simpson
5.0 out of 5 stars You can improve the car handling dramatically !!
The Crew is a truly an amazing racing game, a real masterpiece BUT the car handling can be very frustrating sometimes which could in theory ruin your racing experience. Read more
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