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Submitted by sigfredod 491d ago | news

The Crew's New York is Bigger Than GTA 4's Liberty City And it's only one of 16 cities.

Ubisoft's upcoming MMO-racer The Crew will feature a version of New York City that's slightly bigger than Grand Theft Auto IV's Liberty City.
That's according to the game's lead designer Serkan Hassan, who made the claim when asked whether the game would be supported with additional location DLC in an interview with IGN. He also revealed that New York is just one of around 16 cities that will appear in the finished game...so expect to lose a significant chunk of time if you want to see everything. (PC, PS4, The Crew, Xbox One)

Rashid Sayed  +   491d ago
Jaw officially dropped. But if it is running at 720P at 30 FPS on next gen consoles, I will be disappointed.
GrizzliS1987  +   491d ago
dropped? why? we all know the details within these cities will be on par, or worse, with todays MMOs. bunch of empty dull space, especially if its designed to be raced in. Cars will go by so fast, you wont even notice the emptiness.

its got nothing on GTA5 and its lively city
Wizziokid  +   491d ago
The Crew is going to be massive and I can't wait!
Iltapalanyymi  +   491d ago
god dammit when i first heard about this gaem i was stunned and i knew i was going to get it!
wishingW3L  +   491d ago
a huge but empty map with nothing to do but drive around in a car. That's hardly impressive.
HeavenlySnipes  +   491d ago
This is probably the least exciting Ubi game they announced for next gen
Mr-SellJack  +   491d ago
@above
aghhh..that's just plain wrong their's the fighter within and rocksmith...
HeavenlySnipes  +   491d ago
Lol that is true

I was talking in terms of the ones that would be worth actually playing

The Division, Watchdogs both look way more exciting then this
ion666  +   491d ago
Yeah but i think its just scenery. can you actually get out of the car. at least that i know of you cant. but it is impressive non the least. reason being is that you can drive from the west coast to east coast like the cannon ball run.That should be fun.
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Pintheshadows  +   491d ago
And the previews I have read months after the first ones are still criticising the handling model with Ubisoft seemingly insistent on ignoring that and saying 'bu bu bu our world is massive'. I know which is more important in a RACING game.

Just look to Fuel for proof.
C-Thunder  +   491d ago
That's great so long as the world isn't empty. From what they've shown so far, it looks like an mmo burnout, which is just fine for me.

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