The Crew Trailer Details Vehicle Customisation

Ivory Tower shows you how to customize your cars in this newest trailer.

Posted By | On 16th, Oct. 2014

The Crew “Customisation Trailer” has arrived and it does a really rather poor job of showing how the customisation of vehicles actually works.

Showing a car with nice fat tyres and higher suspension does not equate to an off-road “DIRT.SPEC” vehicle. And did anyone else notice that the differences between a raid vehicle and and off-road one is more lights and different tyre tread? The only noticeable sign of customisation to my eyes was the circuit car which significantly altered the car’s outward appearance.

With The Crew’s big beta starting in November, we may finally be nearing the end of all these pointless trailers and the beginning of some actual game coverage such as changes made based on player feedback videos. The stuff that actually matters. Beta registration starts now, so get in early for a good seat before the game’s release on December 2nd for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4 and PC.


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