This Week In The The Crew 2: Celebrate Independence Day With Stars And Stripes

Happy Independence Day.
Happy Independence Day. Ubisoft

Independence Day is almost here and what better way to celebrate that with this week’s LIVE Summit in The Crew 2? Motornation is all about freedom as it launches Stars and Stripes. This event starts tomorrow, July 1, and ends on July 7.

As with any LIVE Summit, players are going to be tested on their skills along with how good they are on the race course. Three skills are the focus this week. There’s Aerobatic, where players need to fly a plane in a set course while matching some certain positions. The second is Low Altitude, where players this time need to fly as low as they can with touching any objects or crashing into them. For the third skill, players go back to the ground with Slalom. Here they need to go through a set slalom course while making sure not to collide with any checkpoints.

For the race courses, players get treated to Going to Vegas, which starts in the Mojave Desert and ends on Fremont Street in Las Vegas. Those who want a more urban setting can take on Financial District South which takes place in Lower Manhattan. Meanwhile, there is also Bumper Chaos, which is a demolition derby battle event.

Not to worry too much as with every LIVE Summit, there’s a bundle offered that can help you complete the different events. The Stars And Stripes bundle offers:

  • Ford GT (2016) (HC)
  • Fender Firenze (DD)
  • Dodge Challenger SRT-8 392 (SR)
  • North American P-51 Mustang Strega (AR)
  • KTM 450 EXC (MX)

At stake are some interesting rewards, which are:

  • Platinum: 4th July Tire
  • Gold: Ford Focus RS Drag Race Edition (DR)
  • Silver: PB Boosted Parts (Nitro Chemist Set, Pure + Extra Pump Affix)
  • Bronze: 300K Followers

It’s not all LIVE Summit, however, as there is also the Unlimited Power 7 bundle that’s offered this week. The bundle brings with it the Porsche Carrera GT (HC) and the McLaren 12C (HC).

The Crew 2 is an open world racing game released for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. A version for the Google Stadia was also released last March. The game allows players to control different vehicles like cars, motorcycles, boats, and even planes.

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