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One of the best games I played at E3 2017 was The Crew 2. As someone who loves a casual arcade racer, it has everything going for it to make it something unique. A giant open world set across the USA, easy-to-master driving mechanics and most importantly, the ability to switch between a boat, plane or car at a press of a button to seamlessly explore different locations with each of them. 

No really, you can change to a different vehicle at any time and it is pretty cool. Racing off a building to soaring high into the air in a plane and then drop from the sky onto the ocean is just the least you can do and it works so well. If you have been itching to try the game then you are in luck as Ubisoft has announced the upcoming beta dates for the game. 

Check out 20 minutes of gameplay we grabbed from the E3 2017 showcase last year below

The closed beta will kick off on 31 May 2018 at 10 am SA time and include the first level of progression across the four racing disciplines - Street Race, Rally Raid, Powerboard and Aerobatics. Players will be able to test all the different modes of transport and how it all works by switching between them all throughout the game. 

The beta is closed so you will need to sign up for it before it goes live. Head over to The Crew 2 website and fill in your details in order to be part of it. The beta will be live on Xbox One, PC and PS4. The full game releases on 29 June 2018. 

Are you going to be playing The Crew 2 beta? Let us know in the comments below. 

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