The Crew Extreme Pack and Live Update Now Available

New missions, new cars and customization options to be had.

Posted By | On 20th, Jan. 2015

Ubisoft’s The Crew has received its first DLC pack and live content update, insuring that players of the racing MMO have a new selection of cars, missions and parts to play around with.

The content update has been dubbed the Extreme Live Update and includes four new missions for extreme racers. There’s “Vertigo”, a race on the Colorado River, and “Rollercoaster” which sees you racing up a mountain and then directly down. “Hurricane” will appeal to those who want to hit jumps all day on a stunt course in a construction site. You’ll also get new tuning specs for your five favourite cars along with new stickers.

As for the Extreme Pack DLC, it includes new cars like the Aston Martin V12 Zagato, the 2013 SRT Viper GTS and Abarth 500. There will also be new paint jobs, rims, interiors and other specs to outfit your cars with in the in-game store.

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