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The Crew 2 is an unremarkable PC port of a lackluster racer

Cheap The Crew 2 Credits If you want to experience the feel of driving freely on different kinds of landscapes with your dream sports car the game The Crew 2 will be the best choice for you. The game was released in 2018 and playable on PS4 XB1 and PC. Gamers can edit the gameplay mode inside the game and play it as you wish. There are four main game modes in The Crew 2: Street Racing Off Road Freestyle and Pro Racing. Car racing game also need wrap The Crew 2 also features a fascinating game background story that endows you a series of tasks to pursue.

The Crew 2 is a bit of a lackluster experience as we noted in our review. There's fun to be had but the writing and story need help as do the multiplayer aspects. That same feeling of "this could be better" applies to the game engine in general. It's 2018 and many games have proven (repeatedly) that it's possible and even beneficial to run at higher framerates. "No," says The Crew 2 "you will be content with 60fps max." It was a problem in the original as well and it's particularly irksome considering how many other games Ubisoft publishes where the framerate is unlocked. It's also unintentionally ironic for a game that's all about speed to put in a hard speed limit.

Given that hard limit performance testing for The Crew 2 is constrained. Rather than looking at what hardware runs the game best it's more a question of what settings you should choose to hit the 60fps cap.Buy The Crew 2 Credits After testing a collection of CPUs and GPUs the good news is that most systems with a dedicated graphics card should be able to max out the framerate at 1080p and higher spec PCs will be able to run 1440p at maximum quality or 4k at high quality and still hit the framerate cap. If you're looking to run at least 1080p medium quality however you'll need at least a GTX 970 or R9 380 or better graphics card. For the CPU pretty much any Core i3 or Ryzen 3 or better processor will suffice. 60fps in that sense is the great equalizer.

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