The Crew 2 allows you to drive through their open world at two speeds, 30FPS or 60FPS with no way to speed that up … yet. Thankfully this consolitis has not infected the resolution, with 4k playable on a GTX 1080 Ti or if you are in 1440p a Vega 56 or GTX 1070 will let you redline all the graphical bells and whistles. The graphics settings do make this game quite pretty, with some caveats that [H]ard|OCP describes in their conclusions. The inherited technical deficiencies aside, the ability to drive around the continental USA means there is a bit more to this game than they have been able to discover in the limited time they had.
If this is your kind of game, grab a steering wheel and fire it up.
"We’ve got early access to The Crew 2 thanks to the Gold Edition, a brand new open-world racing game for the PC. Let’s find out how The Crew 2 performs on today’s GPUs in this preview. We also look at graphics settings and hit a little on Image Quality. Hopefully we will have some insight as we know a lot of readers have been waiting for this game."
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