This Week In The Crew 2: This Time The Flying Germans Are Featured

It's all about the Germans this week.
It's all about the Germans this week. Ubisoft

For the past two weeks, the LIVE Summits of The Crew 2 have revolved around the past making a return. Two weeks back we had Japanese cars in Rising Sun and last week was all about supercars in Untamed Italians. For this week it's all about the Flying Germans.

German brands are considered pioneers at heart and are known for being at the top of their game in the industry. For this week you get the chance to be behind the wheel of many of Germany's iconic rides and show the competition what performance and innovation is all about.

For this week's bundle, Flying Germans bring you:

  • Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG Coupé Black Series (TC)
  • Volkswagen Golf GTI (SR)
  • Porsche 918 Spyder (HC)
  • Porsche 959 Raid (RR)

For the LIVE Summit, up for grabs this week are:

  • Platinum: Cayman Wasp Edition
  • Gold: Tire + Exhaust + Transmission Slipstream Parts
  • Silver: Yellow Tire
  • Bronze: 400,000 Followers

Aside from the LIVE Summit, this week's vanity promotion gives players a way to spice up their racing experience. Beginning today until November 12, players can pick up Yellow Smoke, Orange Tire, and Red Roffo Tire, all at 10% off.

As a reminder, the Halloween Event is available until November 13 and offers a LIVE Crate Boost. More LIVE crates that contain boosted rewards are all available across Motornation. Once the event is over, players can expect to see the release of Title 5, which brings with it new vehicles, new events, and even new LIVE Summits.

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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