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The Crew 2: How to Use Livetrack & What It Is


The Crew 2: How to Use Livetrack & What It Is

How to Use Livetrack & What It Is in The Crew 2

The Crew 2 offers a robust system of replay tools that captures your most recent gameplay and allows you to share it online, all in the game itself. Called Livetrack, it captures the last 10 minutes of gameplay and gives a detailed track of specific stunts, switches, or even bringing up the game map.

To access Livetrack, simply press left on the d-pad while in the game map screen. You can play, rewind, and fast-forward through the last 10 minutes from any angle. The tool also has four pre-made camera options in addition to the free camera: action, landscape, vehicle, and in-game which would be normal play. There is a also an editor mode with more advanced options such as post FX and tools to create a montage.

Once you have picked out a particular scene or several moments strung together, the record button at the bottom of the screen will record it. The game will ask if you want to share it online and then follow the directions depending on platform, though the game will ask you to link or create a YouTube account during your first time using the feature.

That is what Livetrack is and how to use it in The Crew 2. Check back with Twinfinite for more coverage on the game and guides from our comprehensive wiki.

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