This Week In The Crew 2: The Japanese Drive Takes Us To The Land Of The Rising Sun

It's all technical this week.
It's all technical this week. Ubisoft

For this week in The Crew 2, the LIVE Summit goes all the way to the Land of the Rising Sun. The Japanese Drive is available starting from February 26 until March 3. As everyone knows, cars manufactured in Japan are all about solving technical challenges in order to be on top.

For this week, the Japanese Drive Bundle is all set to help you claim the podium and become number one. This bundle contains:

  • Kawasaki Z1000 ABS (SR)
  • Honda S2000 (SR)
  • Nissan 370Z Nismo (DF)
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) (DR)
  • Suzuki RM-Z450 (MX)
  • Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) (TC)

So what's in store for those who reach the top this week? The prizes are below:

  • Platinum: Honda S2000 Red Panther Edition
  • Gold: Inner Purple Tire
  • Silver: Red Blink Underglow
  • Bronze: 400k Followers

For this week as well, the bundle is offering players a 25% discount on the Lamborghini Huracan (SR), the Porsche 918 Spyder (HC), and the Citroen GT (HC).

Skills that players need to focus on this week include:

  • Buoy Smashing
    • Players need to smash buoys that have been set up to gather points that can be used to beat the target.
  • Slalom
    • Players need to zig-zag their way through a set slalom course without colliding with a checkpoint and the closer they are to the checkpoints, the more points they receive.
  • Speedtrap
    • Players need to gather as much speed as possible before driving by a camera that records the speed.

In The Crew 2, the LIVE Summit is a PvE event that features themed activities and is updated on a weekly basis. Players who participate in this summit have a chance at winning various tiered prizes depending on where they are positioned on the leaderboard. The LIVE Summit also generally offers three different skill events along with five racing events. What makes the LIVE Summit unique is that the racing events often require players to drive vehicles in a different style than what was intended. For example, players may be required to use a street racing motorbike for a hypercar event.

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