Adapt your ride for each terrain! Street, Performance, Dirt, Raid, Circuit… each specs has its own purpose. Every driver has the potential to customize, stand out and win out in the world of The Crew.
This is the one thing in this game I actually liked when in the beta. Customization was pretty cool... but dear god the rest of it felt less than memorable.
Last gen graphics, pretty bad driving model, and car upgrades that seem to only adjust an invisible slider for your car's performance. I'd have to agree with you, the customization was pretty good in the game. Despite its flaws I still had fun playing the game and that's what matters to me. Its a buy in my book.
You just said a bunch of bad stuff that would make most people hate the game and then said it's a buy in your book. lol.
I got in to the tail end of the beta. while I had some fun playing I was left with a lot of questions. 1 is this a mmo style game with 100-1000 of players on the same servers driving around the country? 2 are there different meet up locations in the cities? like towns in a MMO where players can gather to hook up for crews and missions. 3 is this like other mmo's where they will be adding weekly or monthly content to extend beyond the level cap? there are bugs to work out, but the game has some potential if done right.
1. No, not certain of the exact amount but I'm sure you you will never see more than 12 people at a time. 2. If you join a friends session and visa versa you should be able to meet up anywhere you want. As far as ive seen in the beta there is not central hub like Destiny's tower where you can organize. 3. I think the only content will be the usual new cars, missions type thing. Haven't heard of an exact time frame. I'm just basing this off of past games.
This game need serious polishing up, add turtle wax to it to. LOL
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