The Crew es un revolucionario MMO de acción – conducción desarrollado exclusivamente para consolas de próxima generación y ordenadores de gama alta, capaz de exprimir la potencia de las nuevas máquinas para conectar a los jugadores en línea como nunca se ha hecho hasta ahora.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 1 de dic. 2014

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23 de febrero

I Love the Smell of Nitrous in the Morning

We have a brand-new community challenge lined up for you. From Monday, February 23rd, through Friday, February 27th, we’re challenging you, the entire community, to burn up as much NOS as you can.

We’re setting the bar at 150 million liters of NOS used in missions. Take into account that one full gauge is five liters, so you can see that this challenge is no laughing matter...

If you make it, we’ll reward you all with a new faction mission.

How much can you burn?

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The Crew team

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20 de febrero

Community News - February 20th

It’s time for our community highlight, where we take you everywhere from the coolest YouTube videos to the best forum threads!

We’ve been keeping an eye on our official social media channels, Facebook social groups, Reddit, fan sites and of course our own forums. So if you’ve created something that you think is worthy of the community highlight be sure to share it with us on any of our channels!

We’ve gotten in a lot of supreme montages this week! Check them out at our official website.

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Gold Edition

La Gold Edition contiene el juego y el pase de temporada.

Acerca de este juego

Tu coche es tu avatar que podrás ir tuneando a medida que vayas subiendo de nivel a través de 5 únicas regiones con gran detalle que componen este masivo mundo –abierto de EEUU.
Maniobra por las atestadas calles de Nueva York y Los Angeles, conduce por la soleada Miami Beach o pégate una excursión por las impresionantes llanuras de Monument Valley. En cada lugar encontrarás diferentes sorpresas y retos de conducción que dominar. En tu viaje coincidirás además con otros jugadores en la carretera, todos ellos serán compañeros en potencia con los que podrás formar un grupo, o por el contrario futuros rivales con los que competirás más adelante. Este juego va de conducción pura, variada y emocionante.

NEVER DRIVE ALONE
Únete o sal del juego cuando quieras, sin pausas, y construye tu grupo de cuatro estableciendo vínculos o rivalidades intensas. Da igual que tu objetivo sea atacar un convoy o escapar de la policía, conseguirlo con amigos garantiza una nueva experiencia cada vez que decidas unirte.

UN ESCENARIO DE JUEGO CON UNA ESCALA Y UNA VARIEDAD SIN PRECEDENTES
Los Estados Unidos al completo conforman tu “zona de acción”, todas las carreteras y todo lo que hay conectado entre ellas. Podrás dominar todos los tipos imaginables de terreno, desde las calles del centro de cualquier ciudad a suburbios, laderas, campos de cultivo, cañones, dunas desérticas, e incluso circuitos de competición.

PREPARA TU COCHE PARA EL SIGUIENTE RETO
Colecciona carrocerías y una gran variedad de piezas a medida que vas progresando para personalizar tus coches. Equípate con los 5 kits de tuning (calle, perf, todoterreno, asalto y circuito) para adaptarte a los diferentes terrenos de conducción. Elige entre una gran variedad de beneficios para mejorar tu coche de acuerdo a tu estilo de conducción.

LA EXPERIENCIA NO TERMINA NUNCA, VA CONTIGO A CUALQUIER PARTE
Continúa la experiencia en tabletas iOS o Android, y en la web. Sigue las evoluciones de tus amigos y tunea tus vehículos antes de conectarte para romper todos los récords, o para enviar a tu Equipo a nuevos trabajos sobre la marcha y así ganar más piezas y puntos de experiencia.

Requisitos del sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8/8.1 (64bit only)
    • Processor: Intel Core2 Quad Q9300 @ 2.5 GHz or AMD Athlon II X4 620 @ 2.6 GHz (or better)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX260 or AMD Radeon HD4870 (512MB VRAM with Shader Model 4.0 or higher)
    • Hard Drive: 18 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
    • Additional Notes: Keyboard required, XBOX 360 controller optional (or compatible controller)
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows® 7, Windows® 8 and 8.1 (64-bit only)
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-750 @ 2.66 GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 940 @ 3.0 GHz Recommended for 30FPS / Intel Core i7-2600K @ 3.4 GHz or AMD FX-8150 @ 3.6 GHz Recommended for 60FPS
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX580 or AMD Radeon 6870 (1024MB VRAM with Shader Model 5.0 ) Recommended for 30FPS / NVIDIA GeForce GTX670 or AMD Radeon 7870 (2048MB VRAM with Shader Model 5.0) Recommended for 60FPS
    • Hard Drive: 18 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX-compatible
    • Additional Notes: Peripherals Supported: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, racing wheel, headset, optional controller (Xbox One Controller or Xbox 360 Controller for Windows recommended) Multiplayer: 1024 kbps or faster broadband connection *Supported Video Cards at Time of Release: AMD Radeon™ HD 4870 / 5000 / 6000 / 7000 / R7 / R9 series, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 260 / 400 / 500 / 600 / 700 / TITAN series
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Publicado: 6 de febrero
"You couldn't join crew"

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A 47 de 62 personas (76%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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I was escaping the police pursuit. Suddenly one of police cars started to ram me (on speedhack of course) and when he touched my car we both started to fly reeeeeally high. I landed in the middle of the forest & the police car landed 2 meters near me. He blocked my way out (well, I couldn't move either because I had Street spec car), arrested me and then the lady in the police radio said '5+, very good work'. Yes! Very good work Ubisoft. Welcome to The Crew.

Pros:
- You know... big, open world, where you can do anything,
- There are some really nice places to visit,


Cons:
- U(don't)Play - yes, I know it's nice to do the actions, achievements, etc. in this, but this app extends game launching from 5 seconds to 1 minute,
- CREW CREDITS - yes, this game has microtransactions,
- Low amount of cars,
- HUGE RACING MMO with up to 8 players in one session,
- The game story is so boring that I already forgot the main characters name,
- Physics is so bad that I can't understand why one of the minigames is flying the car as far as possible - it shows all the bugs,
- Police cars IQ is very disappointing - all they can do is ramming. Who needs keeping civilians safe when you can just hit players car to crash in 10 cars / 5 persons on the sidewalk?
- I couldn't find anyone to play Fraction Missions 2 months after release. LoL
- Cars after tuning are very ugly (for me doesn't mean for everyone),
- Several times I couldn't accept invite to coop from other players,
- I don't know what are roads in this game made of, but it doesn't look like asphalt,
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I'll continue playing this game (haven't reached the op cars), and I'll update the reviev with more Pros/Cons.

Don't buy it for 50€. Please don't do this.
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342.0 h registradas
Publicado: 14 de febrero
Sure, it has many flaws. It has issues that make it both annoying and sometimes unbearable to play. Do those issues take away from the core gameplay, and open world-ness? NOPE! The Crew is a fantastic game that gives you the freedom to drive how you like. On road, or off road, in performance vehicles and off road buggies. The RPG element assures you keep playing to level up your car to max tune, while finding which part will give you the extra edge in PVP races. The amount of grinding needed to max a car to its full potential is unreal, but rest assured, you will find something to love in The Crew, even if it may only be driving.
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Publicado: 9 de febrero
Touched 382km/h in a pink Fiat 500.

10/10
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Publicado: 20 de febrero
Class based cars, online open world, annoying takedown quests, some car crash mechanic problems, story is meh but hey it is so fun.

Personel score ............... 7/10 (definitely better than nfs rivals)
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Publicado: 8 de febrero
Overall this game is good, but for $60, it's not worth it. Here's the breakdown:
Pros:
- Large map
- Detailed car designs
- Decent online multiplayer experience
Cons:
- Huge lack of cars (only around 40)
- Lack of options to customize car parts
- Very poor AI
- Police chases are awful
- Annoying, boring campaign
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Publicado: 11 de febrero
Game has a lot of potential however multiplayer is broken as hell for me.
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Publicado: 26 de febrero
The game is quite fun, and I have spent many hours in it, and will probably spend more too. However... there are some pretty big caveats to this. The price for one; I have the Australia tax, and the base game costs $75USD, not including the exchange rate and everything. Then there is the DLC - each one is a pack of 4 extra cars, hardly worth the price considering they don't really offer too much more. And then there are the Mi-crew-transactions. Seriously? Extra in-game micro transactions on an already pretty pricey Triple A release? There are two different forms of currency in-game, one which is solely earnt through missions, skills, and stunts. And then there are CREW CREDITS. You are given 100,000 reasonably early on in the game, but that's not enough for anything good. And so... you are invited to use real life money to purchase these in order to quickly obtain cars or specs that you would otherwise spend countless hours grinding for. The in-game grind for this game is pretty ridiculous - not only do you have to grind hours and hours for cash (unless you pay) for the cars, particularly the Koenigsegg Agera R and the Hummer H1 Alpha, but then, upgrade those cars, you must complete skill challenges to acquire parts to improve your car... for each individual car. The best parts are also RNG based, so you could easily spend hours farming the same challenge to try and get that specific part you wanted.

In contrast to some others, I've had no issues with Uplay, but this could just mean I'm one of the lucky ones. Unlike some of the Trailers, the world isn't as filled - this is both a good and bad thing. If you like PVP, well, you'll be in for a long wait. But otherwise, the comparative lack of players is actually a bit of a blessing in disguise. Particularly if you are farming money or parts, the smaller population sizes actually makes it much easier to do what you want without getting in each other's way, which is extremely inconvenient and can be extremely aggravating. One of the biggest draws, the co-op, doesn't really seem to work completely as well, sometimes crews doing a mission won't finish properly. That said, it is still incredibly awesome to drive around America with a group of friends, or accept a random online invite if you prefer that instead. There can, however, still be connection issues even within a crew, so that is something to keep in mind if you plan on primarily playing the game in multiplayer. You'll also want to do this with a friend, playing with strangers online can be dicey and very hit and miss.

The campaign is pretty standard and boring because it is so long. The campaign really offers nothing new, interesting, or relevant. It's very cliche with some pretty glaring plot holes. I ended up enjoying cruising around the map in free roam doing random things more than the campaign.

This brings me to by far, the best part of the game - the world map. The Drive is the best open world driving experience I've had by far, with you literally able to drive from Canada to Mexico and coast to coast with an incredibly diverse environment to explore, with vast tracks of open road and off road land to discover. Many cities are either scaled down or removed completely, understandable but potentially annoying to some - I never had an issue with it, it would not make sense to make everything completely to scale. The exploration of the map is great, although sometimes the game feels more like a tourist guide... noting landmarks like the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam. Regardless, the environments are fantastic, from the dense urban cities of Los Angeles and New York, to snowy mountains, deserts, and swamps. The time and environmental system in The Crew is also well worth talking about. From snow, rain, cloud, and sun, the weather is quite well, although rain does not affect driving as much as it should. The day/night system is a highlight, although sometimes streetlamps and headlights turn on and off at weird times... The poor standard of NPC traffic is a let-down. Not only in terms of how they look, but also in terms of how they spawn and despawn. I understand that this is to reduce the stress of the game, but it still looks odd to see other vehicles randomly appearing or vanishing, especially at night time, where headlights are the only thing which shows other road users.

Now to the gameplay. The driving offers nothing truly spectacular, although the game's physics and hit boxes can seem inconsistent. On one hand, it's pretty good to see a driving game where you car slowly accumulates visible damage. However, repair prices are exorbitant, and the damage does not really seem to effect the car's performance. Then there are odd times where you hit another car or object... sometimes you get the "crash cam", sometimes you spin to the side, sometimes you flip, sometimes you are bumped backwards or sideways... but there doesn't seem to be much consistency. And sometimes you'll be sent flying over rocks or curbs through invisible walls. It can be entertaining to see your million-dollar car flip and tumble... but also frustrating and physically wrong. I feel the handling is quite poor in the game, with strangely large turning circles, the surprisingly high propensity to skid (not drift), something exacerbated off-road. Landing after jumps is also poorly handled, and you always land nose first, generally but not always, causing you flip and crash.

There isn't too much racing in this game, with a variety of other missions such as "disable" or "deliver", but the game's AI is very frustrating and completely unrealistic. Regardless of how your car is upgraded, the AI will always be right on your tail. Collisions will ALWAYS affect you more negatively than the other car hit, regardless of whether it's a race or police pursuit, and who intitiated the contact. And the police pursuits are not fun either. Pursuits only start if you hit a street lamp, but you will be ignored if you speed through a red light at four times the speed limit past a police car? And then, when the pursuit starts, it's actually quite impractical to see the police cars catch up to you... it just doesn't make sense that a random squad car could catch up to a supercar and then insta-stop and bust you. The speed with which you get caught, and subsequently the amount you get fined, make police pursuits far more trouble than fun. The traffic can also behave oddly, especially at lights and when merging.

And then, finally, the cars themselves. I really love the fact that most of the cars are licensed, and have official paints, rims, etc. There are exceptions though, such as the two RUF cars. The stature of the cars is further refined by the 5 different classes, or specs - Street, Dirt, Performance, Race, Circuit - which are all noticeably different to each other, in both looks and performance. This is in contrast to some other games, where differences such as Rally or Muscle cars actually really don't offer much difference in terms of gameplay. In The Crew, the different classes all have their own strengths and weaknesses, and perform differently. Even with the classes, however, the selection of cars is really quite limited, especially if you do not purchase the DLC. While there is a reasonably large range of physical modifications available (bumpers, hoods, spoilers, etc.), these customisation options lack depth and are limited. And some, like the license plates, are barely noticeable. That said, you are able to do some incredibly fun and potentially silly things. Like drive a Mini Cooper down a ski ramp like THE STIG, or hit 300km/h in a Fiat or Dodge SRT.

It's months post release, but there are still bugs - getting stuck or going through environmental hazards, , and graphical glitches where roads vanish or turn strange colours... Don't get me wrong, I enjoy The Crew, and it isn't bad, per se, but it's hard to justify the price, especially with microtransactions thrown in.
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Publicado: 11 de febrero
Can't play with friends, can't hardly connect to anyone, havent been able to start one co-op race. game is okay. online sucks, gameplay relies heavily on online multiplayer. yet I cant play it. 0.5 out of 5 stars
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Publicado: 31 de enero
I bought The Crew 2 weeks ago and I haven't been bored of it yet! The game accomplishes this by using the clever tactic of crashing before the player even has a chance to do anything, thus eliminating any possibilty of the gameplay getting stale.
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Publicado: 1 de febrero
Awesome open world gameplay with more cars, parts, missions and collectables than you know what to do with. Drive, Race and Wreck your friends in high speed American roads or Crew up and take the Streets, replay old missions or PvP and Dominate the lobby. The choice is always yours in The Crew!
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38.1 h registradas
Publicado: 8 de febrero
Decided to buy it for the multiplayer, stayed for the singleplayer.

I really enjoy open world games, where you can decide to just ignore missions and goals, and go do something else. This game is in some sort of identity crisis. It wants to be a MMO title, but its really not. I had a great time playing this with one of my friends, like a co-op experience. The problems starts when you want to get a group of people together. It worked just fine up to a group of 3 friends. The weird stuff started when we filled a crew with four people. Most of the time, the 4th player is invisible. You can se the players nametag, and you can race through his car, but you cannot see him. When we gathered two full crews, the same problem just expanded. You can see 3 players from your crew, but the rest of them are just nameplates.

The full-on PVP races is just stupid. The cars are scaled up / down to match each other, so it does not matter what car you drive, or what surface you race on. Its also impossible to properly queue up crew VS crew without the other crew being a bunch of random players.

Multiplayer aside: the rest is great, and this is why i stayed for the game.
You can decide to ignore the races, and just cruise around in this huge beautiful detailed world. All the cars feels different to drive, so it actually makes sense to buy different cars. I really enjoy just driving around the huge map. Driving from one corner to the other, can last for between 30 minutes - one hour (depending on your car) with full speed. its great fun. And its really fun to race in the open world with 3 friends from A - B in the USA.

I did experience a couple of bugs when playing. Sometimes after the race ends, the game crashes, and when i stream a video / watch a video with software on my other monitor, the game randomly crashes.

Do i recommend this game? Well, yes. I do. As a single player open world racing game, its great. As a MMO it really really sucks. So it really depends on how you want to play the game.
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Publicado: 2 de febrero
I've clocked almost 50 hours in The Crew - an obvious recommendation. I am currently level 27 and still exploring the first of 5 regions (more about that later). Why is it fun?

The Crew has a huge map, a huge number of difficult races and skill challenges, reasonable AI, the longest races I have ever seen in a computer game, a varied selection of cars right from the start, and a good system for levelling up cars, doing PvP, and doing co-op PvE with or without friends. It is a bit of a cross between FUEL (its game world is bigger, but emptier) and NFS:World (which has a more crowded MMO-feeling, but is pay2win and not as social). It has Burnout Paradise's ability to initiate challenges right in the game world without going to an instance, so you may be driving along and see a car flying through the air because you're passing a jump challenge and someone's doing it; or see everyone else's police pursuits (join in if you like).


The level cap is at 50, there are 5 regions, you can go anywhere at any time, but the events and cars of a new region unlock every 10 levels. So in theory, since my main focus is still the first region (Mid-West - of course you start in Detroit), I shouldn't be over level 10, upgrading my car with level 1-10 parts won from skill challenges available in that region, and generally having a good time; and I should be able to level out of that region by following the storyline missions, if I like, which I probably am. But the game also provides other ways to level up: you can grind story missions (even accidentally, if you want to improve your score from bronze to gold; and the game also makes you, because other player will invite you on coop runs - of course you can decline), you can do faction missions once you are level 10 (out of curiosity), or you can do PvP (a dozen races was enough to get me from level 21 to 27). This will unlock other car types (good) and the parts sets that come with the level (bad, because I now could just buy me all level 20 parts for my car and skip the East Coast region altogether, and with a bit more PvP, skip the South, too). Maybe The Crew should have taken a slice from GuildWars, where you're a) PvP-ready from the beginning with competitive gear (but you can use your own high-end PvE gear as well), and b) levels and player capabilities are adjusted on the fly depending on the level of the region you're in so that co-op works well.

Right now, I exercise some restraint and explore and do the skill challenges and the exploration anyway, and the nice thing about The Crew is that even though my cars are somewhat overpowered for the zone (what with the stat boost levelling up gives them -- why, exactly?), the challenges are still tough to get golden. At the rate I'm going, there'll be many more hours of fun in this game.


If I could do it over, I would play each story mission only once and stay away from anything social (PvP, Factions, co-op) until level 40 at least. Recommended.
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Publicado: 12 de febrero
Save your money and i did try to like the game but the fact that you can buy all the best cars with real money is disgusting and the story wasn't even that good.
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Publicado: 12 de febrero
An amazing game for us 60fps racers but lacks being able to restart the story and or game to enjoy all over again which is absurd as the game save is on ubisofts server and unable to delete. apparently only option to play from scratch is to buy it again. If i had to do that with any need fo speed game and counting how many times ive replay`d those games i would have paid thousands. If ubisoft gives us this option i would give 10/10 but 5/10 as its an impoant feature to all games otherwise many great games would be long forgotten.
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Publicado: 12 de febrero
this is truly an awful game you go into a tuner and you cant buy a single part for your car! every part you want you have to earn the cars in this game slide like theyre always on ice! this is by far the worst racing game ever ubisoft needs to make a lot of changes to this game and it never shouldve been released! its a total waste of money and time! buy any need for speed game gaurantee itll beat this p.o.s of a game!!
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Publicado: 12 de febrero
Meh, just because Assassins was awful to i got this game for free, and even that way i just don't like it:
- Bad Graphics, feels like NFS but withouth fun
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8.1 h registradas
Publicado: 12 de febrero
Can't get pass the first mission. Game just goes black.
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87.1 h registradas
Publicado: 1 de febrero
It has a OK story even tho we all could have seen that coming but there is alot in this game that they should do something about!

Plez Fix:
Mirrors (i mean come on in the trailer you have mirrors and they work when you look outside the car but not inside)
Way too OP cops (No way a car like that could make you go from 360km/h to 0 in just 2 sec by braking infront of you)
AI cars that just spawn in whenever they feel like it (usually right infront of you)
More Cars (Just the usual cars they have in all racing games)
More Customization (There can never be enough of this)
And the servers that usually derp out (sucks for people with poor upload speed)

3/10 I payed way to much for this ♥♥♥♥
not worth it unless its ATLEAST 75% off
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Publicado: 30 de enero
I may have enjoyed my time playing this game, but I can't run from the fact that the game is wasted potential. I really only enjoyed my gamtime bacause I was was playing with friends.
The game is fine for the first 20-30 hours of gameplay, but after that the game feels like a chore. Locking in every 3 hours to get money bacause it's to boring to acually earn money yourself doesn't mean that a game is fun
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