The Crew 2's Summer In Hollywood Update Drops Tomorrow

Ubisoft just dropped a new trailer for The Crew 2's next free update, as you'll be spending a lot of time in Los Angeles with the Summer In Hollywood. The update will be 23GB and include a number of improvements and additions, including a few new models to experiment with and classic cars from the '60s and '70s to mess with. Plus a new mode and a ton of new features. You can check out the details below and see the new trailer as well. And what's this? Is that… a DeLorean?

It can't time travel, but it still looks sleek, courtesy of Ubisoft.
It can't time travel, but it still looks sleek, courtesy of Ubisoft.



• [Add] 48 new vanity items – to be released on a weekly basis through the shop or as LIVE Summit rewards.

o 9 Custom Nitros
o 2 Horns
o 8 Window Tints
o 6 2D Emotes
o 6 Smokes
o 10 Tires
o 7 Underglows


• [Add] 17 New LIVE Summits with their associated activities & rewards.

o Keep track of upcoming LIVE Summits at


• [Add] New main menu look, themed for Summer in Hollywood.
• [Add] New boot menu video for Summer in Hollywood.


• [Fixed] Action names & descriptions are broken when accessing Hobbies from the Summit menu.
• [Fixed] Incorrect vehicle type listed when language changed to Arabic.
• [Fixed] A to B Actions can be completed by using the Photo Mode timeline.
• [Fixed] Number of Stars displayed in animation when first accessing the Hobbies menu, is not the same as the Total Stars Earned number.
• [Improved] Visual Parts Actions now require fewer parts, and are easier to complete.

o For players who have already progressed in these Actions, they will be updated accordingly upon the acquisition of any new visual parts (incl. default parts from the acquisition of any vehicle, and parts won in events/LIVE Summits).

• [Improved] The "LIVE Battle Influencer" Action has been changed to "LIVE Battle Money", and now requires the player to earn Bucks to progress rather than Followers to make it fairer to those at ICON 9999.

o Any previously unlocked Stars from this Action will be kept, but progress will be completely reset. Tiers unlocked for a second time will still award new Stars.


• [Add] 24 New Vehicles, including:

o Shop additions

• Koenigsegg One:1 (2014) – Hypercar (available July 8)
• Porsche 911 Carrera 4S (2020) – Street Race (available July 8)
• Volkswagen Beetle (1967) – Street Race (available July 15)
• Volkswagen Kombi 21 Window Bus (1966) – Street Race (available July 15)

o Elite Bundle 5 (available July 15)

• Porsche 935 2.0 Coupé "Baby" (1977) – Touring Car
• Nissan R390 GT1 Road Version (1998) – Hypercar
• Ducati draXter (2016) – Street Race Bike

o LIVE Summit rewards

• Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Rift (2017) – Street Race (Summit beg. July 8)

o & more to be revealed on a regular basis!

• [Fixed] Incorrect power gauge animation on Bugatti Veyron.
• [Fixed] Maserati MC12 tachometer & speedometer needles transparent/barely visible.
• [Fixed] Yellow neon underglow cannot be applied to Mazda RX 7 Drift Edition.


• [Fixed] Wheelie is detected after fast fav from Motocross to Monster Truck.
• [Fixed] Ground vehicles can move forwards and accelerate to 719 km/h in reverse gear.


• [Improved] Reduced Air Nitro acceleration on all disciplines by 50%, except MT & MX which have a smaller reduction of 15%.
• [Improved] Enhanced MX handling featuring new tire-model, improved suspensions and rider animations. New follow cameras have also been implemented, for a smoother feel and better track readability.
• [Fixed] A water glitch can be seen in underwater tunnels while driving hovercrafts and boats.

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