The Crew Season Pass detailed

$25 gets you exclusive cars, car packs, missions, and more.

The Crew

The Crew will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC on December 2 alongside a $24.99 Season Pass.

The Season Pass will give buyers access to exclusive cars, car packs, missions, tuning kits, and stickers. Its full contents include:

  • Two exclusive cars – McLaren 12C and Ferrari 458 Speciale – available to Season Pass holders at launch
  • One-week early access for all add-on car packs content
  • Four packs, 12 cars total:
    • Extreme Car Pack- available January 2015, includes performance cars, perfect for exhilarating, high-octane missions
    • Speed Car Pack- available February 2015, includes sports cars, finely tuned for breakneck-speed races
    • Vintage Car Pack- available March 2015, includes vintage rides, fashionable for missions set in iconic American locales
    • Raid Car Pack- available April 2015, includes off-road vehicles, highly recommended for all-terrain missions
  • 23 additional tuning kits unlocked to spec out the Season Pass car line-up for premium performance on any terrain
  • All official paintjobs and rims for each car
  • An exclusive sticker delivered with each car pack

Purchased separately, each of the four car packs listed above cost $6.99 (for a total of $28 all together).

Additionally, today marks the start of The Crew‘s closed beta, which will run until November 10 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The beta is opened to those who pre-ordered the game. Otherwise, you can register for a chance to play at the game’s official website.

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