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    epicjulian
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    Bug: Whenever you collide with the wall of this building on the east end of Anaheim at a high speed, 2 or 3 parked cars (that seem to be parked inside) phase through the wall you collided with (and even through the front entrance facing the road). I don't think it's game-breaking, but it is replicable with multiple car classes. I have provided three recordings of this bug.

    How I discovered this: Accidentally collided with the building while doing the LA Escape Challenge, but this works in Free Roam too!

    How to Replicate:

    1. Pick any fast car, ideally something fast and maneuverable, such as a Hypercar, Street Racer, or Alpha GP
    2. Head to the two-sided ramp in Anaheim (location in the Alpha GP clip)
    3. Race down the street, avoiding any vehicles along the way (If you run into a car, just go back to the two-sided ramp, and try again)
    4. Collide with the white building at the end of the street (where two roads combine into one) and watch the vehicles pop out!
    5. Race back to the two-sided ramp, and repeat steps 3 and 4 (No reload or teleport needed!)


    If you need more video evidence of this bug, let me know and I'll send them, but here are the three main ones!

    Hypercar:


    Street Racer:

    Alpha GP:


    Note: These are YouTube links since I don't have permission to send the raw video formats, and screenshots alone won't do the bug justice.

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  • Ubi-Keo
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1836 posts

    @epicjulian Thanks for reporting this, I will forward it on to The Crew 2 team.

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