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New The Crew trailer showcases US locations

Ubisoft has released a brand new The Crew trailer, showcasing some of the US locations the game will replicate.

Set in an open world map, you’ll be able to explore some of the major US cities in your experience with The Crew.

“The Crew is a vast, gorgeous and diverse imagining of the United States of America; one of the biggest playgrounds ever conceived for high-speed, exploration and MMO action driving. Are you ready to join countless other players on a boundless journey?” asks the YouTube blurb.

The game will feature 12 major American cities including New York, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles and Wahsington DC. You’ll be able to drive across deserts, beaches, forest and other diverse landscapes throughout the game.

The Crew’s open world map is split into five regions, covering 19,000 square miles in total across the East Coast, West Coast, Mountain States, Midwest and The South. Each will have its own unique feel, as it would if you were really driving across the US.

As with other new-gen games, you’ll be able to drive anywhere that you can see in the distance. But, if you want to cut out some of the drive time, there’s a quick travel option too for immediate relocations (without loading screens).

The trailer also details some of the missions you’ll be able to undertake in the game. For instance, there’s Go To missions for timed A to B races or Collect missions for timed courier quests.

Another level of The Crew are the skill challenges. You’ll be tasked to climb, escape, follow race lines and perform jumps to get skill boosts for your driver and vehicle.

The Crew launches on the PC, Xbox One and PS4 on November 14 in Europe.

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