Seattle is one of the largest cities on the West Coast of The Crew and The Crew 2. It is located on the far northwest corner of the map, northwest of Auburn. Seattle is the same size as San Francisco (In Game). Seattle features many landmarks such as the Space Needle, Columbia Tower, Safeco Field, and is surrounded by mountains, forests, and the Puget Sound. There are several ways to enter the city either by road or by rail.
Seattle is clearly visible at night from a distance, especially in the surrounding foothills. The Space Needle (named "The Tower" in game) is also lit up from top to bottom. Players can not drive up to the Space Needle due to it being blocked (This is probably possible in The Crew 2.) Seattle has no airport in neither of the two games. The suburban area of Seattle is large with neighborhoods, stores, commercial districts, and more. Seattle also has many missions that take place such as challenges and jumps.
The location of the satellite dish is near the harbor with construction cranes in a small train yard.
In Real Life
Seattle is the largest city in the State of Washington, United States. It is home to various landmarks such as the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and more. It is home to major companies such as Boeing, Starbucks, Costco, Amazon, UPS, Peterbuilt, Microsoft, Nordstrom, Expedia, Weyerhauser, and many more. Seattle is recognized for it's natural beauty and abundance of water, forests, and mountains. The city of Seattle has over 600,000 citizens, and over 3.4 million in the metropolitan area which clusters around the Puget Sound and includes other big cities like Tacoma, Bellevue, and Everett. Seattle is a major shipping and transportation hub, the largest in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle is part of the largest ferry system in the United States, the Washington State Ferry System.
- Pike Place Market
- Pioneer Square
- Safeco Field (Seattle Field Ingame)
- Seattle Center
- Seattle Space Needle
- Smith Tower
- Seattle Harbor
- Pacific Science Center
- Columbia Tower
- Alaskan Way Viaduct