We're classing The Crew 2 as a surprise announcement from Ubisoft's E3 presser this year. While the original had a decent fanfare about it at launch, it was another game from the French publisher that seemed to fall off the radar within the same week.
While some publishers like to announce everything about a given game with release still years away, Microids have announced a year-end release for a game with no name.
If the chilly winds of Forza Horizon 3's snowy mountain DLC just isn't quite cutting it for you, Codemasters have your back. They're giving away Racedriver: GRID as their little Christmas present to the masses.
Why'd you still be looking for something to play in this particular month of the year is a question we'd usually ask; but if you're seriously still without gaming goods, Ubisoft has your back. Sort of.
Retaining the rights to sell the current Test Drive games, Bigben Interactive has bought their way into reviving a franchise untouched by Atari for over 5 years.
For one day only, you can get your hands on Dirt 3 for the fine price of around $0. That's £0.00 for the British or €0.00 for those around Europe. It's free, in other words. Until Saturday.
Ubisoft is going to be offering The Crew as a free download from Uplay to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the publisher. Available from next Wednesday, The Crew is the latest game to go free after Splinter Cell, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and Rayman Origins.
Ubisoft has announced that the expansion for their massively multiplayer online racing game The Crew, Wild Run, will be entering a closed beta from 15th October through 19th October.
Three Fields Entertainment, the studio set up by formerfounders Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry, is making a "spiritual successor" to the , set for release on PC and consoles.
The destruction derby-styled racer FlatOut is making a comeback announces, who regard it as "our most important franchise." They're looking for an avalanche of community input for the new racer.