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This Week in TC2 - February 19th

Welcome Gearheads! Check out what’s happening this week in The Crew® 2! New Events – The Italians There are no mean streets these Italian stallions can't handle - now put that horsepower to good use! NAME DISCIPLINE AVAILABLE San Bernardino Mountains Street Race February 20th Everglades Street Race February 20th The new events become available after players reach ICON 1 Fame. #TC2WEEKLY CHALLENGE If you want a chance to win big, you have to head down to the dirt tracks this week. Remember, only scores set during this period will be counted. Make sure you get on your bike and ride. EVENT Downhill From Here (ANY DIFFICULTY) DISCIPLINE Motocross DATES WED FEB 20 - MON FEB 25 PLACEMENT REWARDS TOP 5: 10,000 CC 6-100: 5,000 CC 101-1000: 2,000 CC Please note that leaderboards are different based on your platform, and we will therefore be rewarding the top 1000 players on PS4, Xbox One and PC respectively (3000 winners in total). Weekly Bundle Sometimes, you just want to go very, very fast. Check out the Velocita bundle from February 21st to 25th. CM LET'S PLAY Ubi-Rich is back with another Crewzing Across Motornation! We’ve heard that there might even be a special guest appearance!   COMMUNITY ROUNDUP This week, we focus the Community Roundup to show the love to those capturing amazing shots in the Pro Racing family. All of the photos below come from creators who posted to The Crew Hub! S23 SYLAR puts the BMW M Performance M4 Racing on the road to prove that it has what it takes to stick. WhiteLight506 goes off the beaten track to get this shot. When you look up “close call” in the dictionary, you see this picture. Photo by: fyra44. STAY TUNED Live From IVT – February 26th For more information on The Crew, check our official website. Join the The Crew community on the forums andReddit, and be sure to follow us on Twitch to never miss a livestream. All photos shared to our Gallery are viewable on The Crew Hub. Videos highlighted by our in-game sharing tool can be seen on the official The Crew 2 - Community Videos channel....

Welcome to Special Operation 4

Hello Ghosts, Your support during Year 2 of Ghost Recon Wildlands has been truly incredible and we’re so excited for you to get your hands on the next Special Operation. Our last update for Year 2 of Wildlands, Special Operation 4, will be dropping on Wednesday, February 27. Special Operation 4 will feature brand-new content for PvE and PvP players, community-requested features, and more. PvE Mode and Reward: Special Operation 4 contains a brand new PvE mode that will test your endurance. Upon completing the mode for the first time, you will receive an outfit set. PvP Class and Maps: Another soldier is ready to join the fight. Ghost War will get one additional class, as well as two new maps. Year 2 Pass: Year 2 Pass holders will get a free pack containing customization items and a weapon, as well as early, direct access to the new Ghost War class starting on February 27 for one week. Time of Day for Solo Campaign Mode: Players will now be able to change their Time of Day via a new setting option in solo campaign mode and solo Ghost Mode. Battle Crate Update: We will be moving all Voice Lines and a selection of Emotes from Battle Crates to Prestige Crates. Prestige Crate Update: Drop rates modified to be more generous for higher rarity items. Custom Match Browser: You will be able to create and browse custom matches based on your selected criteria. Challenges: We are moving from Challenge Seasons to a selection of Daily Challenges (three Solo, one Task Force, and one Community Challenge) with increased Prestige Credit rewards. Completing a certain number a Daily Challenges per week will grant you additional rewards, such as Prestige Crates and a Battle Crate. PvP Events: Two new Events added to the pool. We will have more intel to share with you soon. Stay tuned, Ghosts....

The Division 2 Technical Test – February 21-22

Agents, We will be running a Technical Test of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 ahead of the Open Beta, from Thursday, February 21st to Friday, February 22nd for a limited number of PC players worldwide. Our goal with this Technical Test is to assess a certain amount of fixes we implemented based on your feedback following the Private Beta. This will help ensure that your Open Beta experience will be as smooth as possible. Access Distribution Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Technical Test will be available to a select number of users on PC. PC players who are invited will receive an email on Wednesday, February 20th. Access to the Technical Test for PC pre-orders is not guaranteed. Invites will be distributed at random to ensure a wide range of participants. Platform Availability Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Technical Test will be available on PC only. The upcoming Open Beta will be available on all platforms from March 1 to 4. Stay tuned for more information about Open Beta on our beta page. Gameplay Content Players who join the Technical Test will be able to test all the content available in the Private Beta, except for Conflict, Endgame and Photo Mode. Friend Invites Participants in the Technical Test will not be able to invite friends during the test. Non-Disclosure Agreement Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Technical test is not under any Non-Disclosure Agreement. We want to thank everyone involved in the previous testing phases for their passion and enthusiasm as we pave the road ahead for launch. Your feedback is very valuable to us. We are very excited for the future! Please join us on the Technical Test forums to discuss, give feedback, report issues and tell us about your experiences! Thank you and see you in Washington, D.C. soon! /The Division Development Team...

The New “Six” - Harishva “Harry” Pandey

Over the years, Aurelia “Six” Arnot, commander of Team Rainbow, gathered a small group of the most skilled Operators from around the world to protect civilians worldwide from dangerous groups like the White Masks. With a proven track record of success, Six accepted a position within the US State Department, fighting to ensure Team Rainbow could continue the important work they have been doing. Finding her replacement was difficult, but she had been mentoring the perfect fit all along - her long-time advisor Harishva “Harry” Pandey. Harry has been with Team Rainbow from the beginning. When Aurelia reactivated the unit to deal with emerging threats, he acted as her psychological and military culture advisor. His primary function was to aid in the screening and selection of candidates, ensuring they meshed well with the team as a whole. Following her recommendation, and based on his familiarity with the members of Team Rainbow, Harry accepted the role of “Six”. Harry is continuing his work of selecting the most prominent and diverse group of Operators the world has ever seen. This mission is driven by his three main objectives; To be the best, train with the best, joint training exercises, and comradery. To be the best, train with the best Harry aims to widen Team Rainbow’s roster to include Operators who can help train and prepare Rainbow against asymmetrical or emerging technologies threats (drones, autonomous weapons, wearable devices, nanotechnology, CBRN hazards). His work is evident in the recruitment of specialists like Clash and Finka. Joint Training Exercises Team Rainbow has concentrated the leading expects in their fields from around the world. They are uniquely positioned to train and educate other Special Forces units in how to approach emergent threats. Comradery Having some of the strongest personalities from 15 different countries, unit cohesion requires careful management, and ensuring that the unit maintains a constant state of readiness can be draining. Harry means to bring the members of Team Rainbow closer together to facilitate how they interact, learn, and respect the tactics and methodology of their peers. See Harry in action with “The Hammer and the Scalpel”.  ...

Community Spotlight: Dryminator

Hey Dryminator, could you introduce yourself? Hi, I am Dryminator or just Drym for short. I am 28 years old and come from a tiny little European country called Estonia. Been a gamer since I first held a controller in my hands, but went fully into it back in 1999 when we got our first PC. Earliest racing game memories include names like Stunts and Need For Speed 2 SE. What's your dream car? And why? I am not really into actually driving cars in real life, but I do love them nonetheless. Favorite car is definitely Nissan GT-R (R35), mostly because of the looks and my love for the Skyline lineup since NFSU1 was released. Are you new to The Crew franchise or are you a longtime Crew fan? Definitely long time. Was there when The Crew 1 servers went live for the public. Even streamed TC1 back in the day, meeting some big names in the community, but the streams did not really pick up back then and I left the hobby. I think I put around 500 hours into The Crew and stopped halfway through Wild Run. Calling All Units did not really bring any additional entertainment to me. Which platform do you play on? I play on PC. What is you most memorable moment while playing The Crew and what car were you driving? Whew, this is a hard one. Ever since I started streaming again, the community and crew I play together with has grown so much, memorable moments happen practically every session. From The Crew 1 era, I think the most memorable has been train riding with bikes in a group. Paragleiber used to know back in the day where all the trains were at any given time and would just send us coordinates where to wait. We wait 5 minutes and there is the train as promised. We would then use ramps and jump on the containers and voyage, voyage! From The Crew 2 era, it is slightly harder as a lot of big stuff has happened recently. From when the game first came out, I think the more prominent memories are finding out that the 1414 Demon can easily carry cars and we would do these “water transport” challenges, trying to carry the car on the boat as far as possible. But from more recent times, I think that all the sessions where we have put our heart and soul into breaking new world records, either individually or as a team, have definitely made me feel like I have finally found my Crew. And outside the regular “tryharding” we still find funny stuff in the game we did not know about in the past. Last week, you were our featured hosted streamer. How long have you been streaming on Twitch? What are your streams like for those who might have missed out on last week’s stream? Ahh, the planned-to-be-long-turned-out-short hosted stream. I started streaming in early 2014 and did stream The Crew 1 for quite a while. Then at some point I lost interest in streaming and Twitch in general and went on a hiatus, which turned out to be 3 years long. I returned to streaming in the second half of May 2018 and it has been going uphill in a relatively fast pace ever since The Crew 2 released. I used to stream a lot of variety, but at some point moved to racing games only streaming, focusing mostly on The Crew 2. I stream strictly for mature audiences, but I try to do it with humour and be entertaining. For TC2 streams, we have a wheelspin system, which helps us bring variety to our sessions and to the viewers. We rarely focus long on the same discipline and rather do everything and try to be good at everything. We have even included things not exactly provided by the game to our activities like Freedrive Races or, from one of the most recent experiments, playing hide and seek – one player drives around an urban area in say an MX bike while all other players in the crew try to ram that player, with helicopters, planes, boats, cars etc. It can be a lot of fun, but requires imagination. We’ll have to get you back on as a hosted streamer. You make YouTube content too. We saw that monstrous score you racked up in that Monster Truck challenge. What are some tips that you can share to help us all do better in that event? nbsp; I don’t even know where the whole Monster Truck craze began. First me and Agersi were fooling around together and managed to get some good scores. Then out of nowhere AvvieRayne, abiripper and ncrusador appeared, not long after we were calling ourselves “The Roof Squad” (you can frontflip on your roof when you go to the starting location) and then we were breaking world records. I think the most important tip for trying to get better scores at the Monster Truck events is to find a friend to play with. There are so many additional point types you can only receive when playing in Co-op: Formation, Overtake, Jump Over, Slipstream… and they all add up to major additional points. Second tip would be to plan the route. All the PC world record routes are available on my YouTube channel, use them, improve, adapt and overcome them, creating new competition. Third tip would be to focus on Gifted and Graceful affixes on parts. Gifted increases points received for stunts (including Co-op exclusive stunts) and it shows the most in Jump stunts, which is something the routes should be heavily focused on – a lot of long-distance jumps. You don’t get points for air time, you get points for the distance between your launch point and landing point. And do some spins (for vertical pipes) and flips (for ramps) while you are in the air; Graceful really helps you out here. Can you share a fun fact about yourself. I am known to be the Master of Nonsense and the Butcher of Words. I create a sentence or a story that makes no sense out of thin air and create weird analogies or anagrams on the go. What do you do when you're not playing The Crew? Casual stuff you do in a PC every day. But locally here in my hometown, I am an avid event organizer, been so for over 4 years now. I focus on this thing called “couch gaming”, aka events where we play and compete in local multiplayer titles like Mortal Kombat X, Ultimate Chicken Horse, Blazerush and more. I also like to host food events annually. Biggest achievements so far have been: ordering 400 cheeseburgers at McDonalds, eating three 5.5 kilogram megaburgers, eating over 400 rolls of sushi and so on. Later in the spring this year I have planned an ice-cream eating contest. Will be fun! Any last thing you want to share with the Crew community? Go and pay John Doe a visit from time to time. He is so lonely and lost on that island after his airplane fell down. John currently resides on a small island near Miami. For more information on The Crew, check our official website. Join the The Crew community on the forums and Reddit, and be sure to follow us on Twitch to never miss a livestream. All photos shared to our Gallery are viewable on The Crew Hub. Videos highlighted by our in-game sharing tool can be seen on the official The Crew 2 - Community Videos channel....

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