Set in a huge open world that allows players to race their way across the United States, Ubisoft's new action-driving MMO has 7,000 miles of roads, 15 cities and 15 million individual objects. Depending on your vehicle and skills behind the wheel, it's said to take about an hour and a half to drive coast to coast in the game and four hours to circumnavigate the entire map. The Crew is primarily an online multiplayer game, but it does have a single player component that offers roughly 20 hours of gameplay. The game has been designed for the latest generation consoles and PCs, though the former are capped at 30fps frames and a resolution of 1080p while our preferred platform ought to look and feel better with a 60fps cap and a higher res. The Crew has been built using the Babel game engine along with developer Ivory Tower's proprietary tools. Considering the fact that we haven't tested a title powered by this combo before, we don't know how well optimized the game will be. For what it's worth, Ubisoft has had a poor track record in this area lately so we're interested to see how The Crew performs. Read the complete review.