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The Crew open beta to run from November 25

Ubisoft has announced The Crew open beta will run from November 25 to November 27 on new-gen consoles.
 
Following several closed betas, Ubisoft is introducing an open beta for anyone on the Xbox One and PS4.
 
The open beta will run from November 25 and provides the last chance for early access to game ahead of it’s release date on December 2.
 
“Since July 2014, more than one million players have driven the endless roads of the United States in The Crew closed betas, allowing the development team to gather invaluable feedback,” said Ubisoft. “Now for the first time, The Crew will be accessible to everyone on PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One system.”
 
The open beta will allow players access to the whole of the United States portrayed in the game and compete in challenges in the Midwest and East Coast regions.
 
Within those two regions, the PvP lobbies will also be open to anyone with a PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold account.
 
The Crew will be released on Xbox One, PS4 and PC on December 2, having been delayed from its original November 11 release date.
 
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