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Ubisoft Highlight Extensive Customization Options In Latest Trailer For The Crew

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With Forza and DriveClub still fighting for pole position, Ubisoft today released an exciting new trailer for their upcoming racer, offering additional insight into the wealth of customization options available in The Crew. Alongside the massive playground that is the United States, competitive PvP elements and PvE activities, and some of the hottest vehicles seen in gaming, players will also have the opportunity to truly stamp their mark on the streets with a huge bevy of customization options on display.

With a vast list of game modes and objectives available to players, racers will need to ensure they bring the right tools for the job. Highlighted in the new trailer are several types of customization groups that players can utilize. Pimp your car out in Street Spec for those tarmac-driven pursuits or install your latest after market components and take to the big leagues with the Performance Spec, whatever your style of racing The Crew has customization elements catered just for you!

You can check out the trailer in full below:

Earlier today Ubisoft also announced a second wave of closed beta testing, offering players the chance to sample the games extensive list of features while the developers record feedback and problems to provide a smoother release come December. For more information on the next closed beta for The Crew, click here.

Source: Press Release

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