The beta of The Crew will be over tomorrow at 2 p.m. CET so those who have acess to it still have a few hours to explore the US freely. For those who haven't been able to play the beta, we thought it'd be nice to propose a video of our full journey from New York City to Los Angeles in a time lapse video similar to the E3 trailer. If you're old enough, you'll recognize Dire Straits' Once Upon a Time in the West, which we thought would fit well here - it's also BlimBlim's iconic rock band and we wanted to please him for once. We also have to warn you that we encountered a bug with the textures when crossing the desert but we decided not to edit the video so you wouldn't miss the nice landscapes of that state. Update: Added a video showing some extracts of this trip in real time.
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Sounds good, because they have done a lot of good things ever since X1 launched, but talk is cheap though. We will see! (9 Hours ago)
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