The Crew 2 Season Five Introduces American Legends

Ubisoft recently announced that a brand new update, the first episode of The Crew 2 Season 5, will be launching later today, March 16th 2022, bringing with it the highly anticipated American Legends. As a free update, players will be able to download the game on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Stadia, and Windows PC through both the Ubisoft and Epic Games Store.

The First Episode of The Crew 2 Season 5: American Legends gives players the opportunity to enter the Archives, a place to find links to the past with souvenirs, diaries, and characters from the games long history. All of these items combine to lead players on an epic treasure hunt across the USA as the search for clues for the location of hidden vehicles. Two new stories will be released each week, with the first week offering players the chance to find the “stunning” Porsche 550 Spyder.

The Crew 2 Season Five Introduces American Legends

Alongside the release of American Legends will be the introduction of a new Motorpass. It adds 50 levels of exclusive rewards with both free and premium options. The rewards include Chevrolet Corvette C7 ZR1 2019 (Hypercar), the Dodge Challenger SRT® Demon Awaken Edition (Street Race), the Ford Mustang Fastback Stunt Edition (Street race), and a variety of outfits, currency packs, and vanity items.

Source: Press Release
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