The Crew 2
Ubisoft has put much into making the game world feel as busy as possible, and it succeeds to some extent. Despite being online and open world, you rarely come across other players, and you can't enter into any PvP action against them either. You can crew up with your friends, the clue is in the game's name, but so far that's all you can do. PvP is slated to arrive in a free update in late 2018, but it feels like a glaring omission.
The crew 2
How about this for helpful.. You can get xbox's weakest/cheapest console and still get a better experience and visuals than crew 2. Yeah sure some people only own a ps console. But some are by choice rather than just being broke. You can even play them through the cloud I believe and Samsung tvs are being implemented with that feature. There's many ways to play it.
The Crew 2, an online only game, has no inherent multiplayer at all. It has a co-op mode, but it's only available if you play with friends you've established outside of the game. Up to four of you can group together as a "crew" and take on its scant co-op challenges. That's it.
The Crew-2 astronauts, NASA's Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur, Akihiko Hoside of Japan and Thomas Pesquet of France, first launched to the International Space Station (ISS) in April on a six-month mission. According to agency officials, the crew could come home aboard their SpaceX Dragon capsule as early as Sunday (Nov. 7), if weather permits.
This means that NASA is going to have to bring back the Crew-2 astronauts and do a virtual handoff of the reigns to the ISS. Kimbrough says that it's not really a big deal, but ideally, the Crew-2 astronauts would give the next crew some housekeeping tips and tricks.
During that inspection process, the crew found evidence of a leaky toilet that was first noticed on a different SpaceX capsule used on its private Inspiration4 mission, which launched in September. (As part of that mission, four civilians launched on a three-day trip around the Earth in order to raise money for St. Jude Children Research Hospital.)
SpaceX has since redesigned its toilet so that crews can use it without fear of leaks. However, that does not include Crew-2's Dragon Endeavor, which is currently docked to the ISS. To that end, NASA and SpaceX have asked the crew not to use the toilet but instead to rely on diapers if they need to relieve themselves during the trip home.
Kimbrough said that the crew had the opportunity to inspect Dragon Endeavor a few times, and even to look under the floorboard to see if the same leak occurred in their Dragon as it did in Dragon Resilience, which launched the Inspiration4 mission.
One of the big projects the crew was working on while in space was a plant growth experiment that looked at how Hatch chile peppers grow in microgravity. Last week, the crew was able to harvest their first crop and enjoy some tasty tacos with a little extra spice thanks to the freshly grown peppers.
The Crew-2 astronauts, who were part of Expeditions 65 and now Expedition 66, were really able to get through a ton of science experiments while in space. This achievement is one of the main goals of the Commercial Crew program: to provide an extra crewmember so that more time is devoted to research.
Although an official return date has yet to be announced, NASA says the earliest the crew can come home is Sunday, Nov. 7. Where they splash down will be determined after they undock from the space station and have a better idea of weather conditions. 041b061a72