Hot on the heels of the game’s closed beta across PC platforms, Ubisoft has today directed fans to The Crew’s official website, which is now allowing players to register for the forthcoming bout of testing for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Set to commence at the end of this month, the exclusive trail period will be largely similar to its PC brethren, with budding racers gaining access to a whole host of challenges across the East Coast and Midwest regions — indeed users will be able to complete missions in the latter territory. Additionally, the rest of the country will be available in free roam mode, meaning you can coast along the highway and simply drink in the scenery.
Built from the ground up as an expansive multiplayer racing sim, The Crew’s unique selling point is undoubtedly its vast in-game world. With the entire region of North America open to explore, Ubisoft is promising players an unprecedented open-world “playground” to race around with friends, not to mention 12 major cities choke full of collectible secrets.
It’s also understood that the studio’s MMO-styled racer will make an appearance on Xbox 360 — which is to be ported by Asobo Studio — though, crucially, Ubisoft have no plans to bring The Crew to either PlayStation 3 or Wii U.
Ivory Tower will invite players to explore the vast regions of North America from behind the steering wheel when The Crew races onto PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC on November 11th, 2014. In the meantime, those with access to current-gen consoles can throw their name into the proverbial hat by registering for the game’s beta over on the studio’s official site.