The Crew 2 will be free-to-play from 6th to 10th July

Justin Melillo
If you’ve wanted to give the open-world driving title from Ubisoft, The Crew 2, a try, from 6th to the 10th of July, you can do just that for free.

The ninth season for The Crew 2 is set to go live on 5th July. To not only celebrate the release of the new season and episode, but to also start getting things hyped for the 14th September release of The Crew Motorfest, Ubisoft announced during the Summer Showcase stream that The Crew 2 will be free-to-play briefly next month.

Season 9: Episode 1 is titled American Legends, and while we don’t yet know what it will entail, we do know that prospective players will get a chance to give it a try starting next weekend from the 6th of July until the 10th of July.

While The Crew 2 is nearing the end of its cycle, having released back in 2018 and with the new Motorfest about to start in September, this new season still continues to add new aspects to the title, likely to see how they perform before also coming to the new title in a few months time.

There’s a new Race Creator mode that will start up when the new season goes live, and again, details are still scarce on the upcoming Season and Episode, but that sounds like it has some huge customization potential.

Also, players can get their hands on the Chevrolet Corvette C7 ZR1 Convertible in the game for only one Crew Credit during this period, a bit of a celebratory perk of this being the fifth anniversary of the title as of 28th June, the release date back in 2018.

For those who can’t wait that long, you can still get in on some free game time right this second, if you really wanted. Ubisoft currently offers a four-hour free trial for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. They really want you to play this game, hoping that you’ll stick around for the Motorfest which launches 14th September.

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