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    Gearheads,

    Season 3 Episode 1: Speed Tour East is almost here! In the meantime, why not check out our Season 3 Episode 1 overview article to get a detail look of everything that’s coming in the new update. But wait, there’s more, check out our latest patch notes article and our Quality of Life Improvement article for some extra juicy information. Lastly, if you’re interested in trying out The Crew 2, but unsure if it the game for you? Good news! There’s a free weekend happening from July 8th check out our dedicated article for more information.
    Now, let’s jump into this week in The Crew 2 and see what else is happening. 

    LIVE SUMMIT – GRAND DEPART (JULY 7 – JULY 13)


    Season 3 kicks things into gear with the Grand Depart LIVE Summit. Battle it out on the leaderboard and beat your rivals as you race around the Big Apple to unlock these rewards.

    PLATINUM: LEGENDARY AGP PERF PARTS (NITRO CHEMIST, PURE & EXTRA PUMP)
    GOLD: FORD MUSTANG GT (2011)
    SILVER: VISUAL PARTS: KOENIGSEGG AGERA DRIFT EDITION
    BRONZE: 150K FOLLOWERS

    You can find all the details on The Crew Hub



    New York will have plenty of challenges waiting for you, best to be sure you’re prepared with this week’s LIVE Summit bundle Get the following three vehicles to help kickstart your leaderboard climb:

    • Koenigsegg Agera R (2012) – Drift
    • Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 (2012) – Hypercar
    • Red Bull RB14 (2018) – Alpha GP


    VEHICLE & VANITY BUNDLE


    Head over to the Far & Beyond store this week to the Pontiac GTO (1969) Blue Judge bundle as part of our Vehicle & Vanity bundle deals. Available in store until July 13th


    COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


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