AfterDawn: Tech news

E3 2014: The Crew 'Coast to Coast' trailer shown at E3

Written by James Delahunty @ 09 Jun 2014 11:58 User comments (1)

E3 2014: The Crew 'Coast to Coast' trailer shown at E3

Here is some more footage of Ubisoft's racing title, in which you can race across the United States.
It takes 90 minutes to drive from coast to coast of the United States in The Crew, and the game has a 20-hour single player campaign in which you can infiltrate criminal hands, carry out missions in single-player or multiplayer mode and so on.

Multiplayer also lets players create teams to compete online in races and other activities.

It is set to be released on November 11 this year, available on PC and for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles.

Like a lot of modern games, it will also have a companion iOS and Android app that allows players to customize vehicles.

Here is the trailer shown at E3.



NEWS FROM E3 2014

Xbox boss makes big step toward Xbox One recovery at E3
E3 2014: Halo: The Master Chief Collection coming to Xbox One, Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer beta this fall
E3 2014: Far Cry 4 opening minutes shows nutcase villain Pagan Min
E3 2014: Watch 'Rise of the Tomb Raider' announce trailer
E3 2014: Assassin's Creed: Unity 4 player co-op demo
E3 2014: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare 'Induction' Gameplay Video
E3 2014: Dead Island 2 trailer is full of laughs and obscene horror
E3 2014: Battlefield Hardline beta available for PS4, PC now
GTA V headed to PS4, Xbox One and PC later this year
E3 2014: FIFA 15 launching September 23 for PC, Xbox One and PS4 (+video)
E3 2014: Tom Clancy's The Division gameplay demo
E3 2014: Watch reactions to 'The Evil Within'
E3 2014: The Order: 1886 full trailer shown at E3
E3 2014: Crackdown returns on Xbox One
E3 2014: Forza Horizon 2 trailer & Forza Motorsport 5 gets Nürburgring
E3 2014: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt trailer
E3 2014: Fable Legends Gameplay Trailer
E3 2014: New Phantom Dust announced for Xbox One
E3: inFAMOUS First Light teaser trailer
E3 2014: The Crew 'Coast to Coast' trailer shown at E3
PlayStation 4 getting native YouTube app this year
'Destiny' beta headed to Sony PlayStation 4 on July 17th

Previous Next  

1 user comment

110.6.2014 19:01

I can't believe someone finally made the game I've wanted for years!

Comments have been disabled for this article.

Latest news

Guide: How to Kick Unwanted Guests from Your Netflix Account Guide: How to Kick Unwanted Guests from Your Netflix Account (26 Jan 2023 2:14)
Sharing a Netflix account with a person in a different location is possible and indeed very common, although the company doesn't necessarily enjoy this behavior from their customers. However, ....
Guide: Turn an Old Computer Into a Chromebook Easily and for Free Guide: Turn an Old Computer Into a Chromebook Easily and for Free (07 Jan 2023 2:11)
Do you know someone whose computer is way beyond its best-before date, and they, unfortunately, do know have the skills or the expertise to do much about it? Or do you own a pile of old laptop ....
2 user comments
How to Choose a Robot Vacuum? How to Choose a Robot Vacuum? (07 Jan 2023 9:12)
Robot vacuums are meant to make day-to-day life easier in several ways. When they are used efficiently, they can keep the house clean continuously - at least when it comes to floors. In addition, ....
3 user comments
Tech year 2022 wrapped up: The rise of the AI, EU to become the much-needed counterweight to tech giants, ... Tech year 2022 wrapped up: The rise of the AI, EU to become the much-needed counterweight to tech giants, ... (01 Jan 2023 2:11)
AfterDawn's wrap-up for the tech year 2022. The rise of the artificial intelligence was probably the most significant change that occurred during the year 2022, but there were many other interesting developments, too.
2 user comments
OPPO to follow Samsung, OnePlus: Promises 4 Android updates, 5 years of patches for upcoming flagships OPPO to follow Samsung, OnePlus: Promises 4 Android updates, 5 years of patches for upcoming flagships (21 Dec 2022 3:45)
OPPO has updated its official Android update policy. Phone manufacturer now promises four major Android operating system updates for its new flagship phones.
4 user comments

News archive