The Crew 2’s ridiculous vehicle-switching feature lets you transform cars into planes


When Ubisoft showed off the new sequel to its open-world racer The Crew on Monday, the publisher wanted to keep a big secret under wraps until players could try the game here on the E3 show floor. Considering The Crew 2 will let you switch with ease between cars, bikes, boats, and planes of all shapes and sizes, it’s worth asking how exactly you’ll be able to move from one vehicle type to another.

Ubisoft’s answer: an on-the-fly system that lets you transform vehicles regardless of where you are or how fast you’re moving. It’s silly, ludicrous, and a ton of fun in a way racing games rarely are.

It works very much like Rockstar Games’ character switching in Grand Theft Auto V, which let you jump around the virtual…

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