The Crew franchise of racing games is getting a brand new entry this year. After a few leaks, and avoiding Ubisoft’s latest axing spree, Crew Motorfest announced today, and it’s taking players to Hawaii this time. Check out the teaser trailer above featuring Ingenuity 4K footage.
Developed by Ubisoft Ivory Tower, Motorfest is being described as a new era for the series, which once again goes for an open-world setting. Driving on the Hawaiian island of O’ahu, the title alludes to racing experiences where players “race through the streets of Honolulu, fly down steep volcanic slopes, off-road through lush forests.” , or are out in the cold. Beach.”
Although the developer has confirmed 100 vehicles for the project, it is not clear if ships and boats Staff 2 Will be back for this entry as well. Ubisoft has announced right off the bat that Motorfest is a live service game, adding that it’s committed to bringing new content on a regular basis after launch.
The studio is seeking community feedback on the game’s direction through One. Internal program Which starts tomorrow. An initial batch of 2,000 PC players familiar with the franchise will be invited tomorrow, February 1st, with more closed tests to follow in the coming months. While console players can’t join the Insider program yet, Ubisoft will open it up to Xbox and PlayStation closer to launch.
Crew Motorfest There’s a broader 2023 launch window, and it’s planning to hit PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5, as well as Ubisoft+ and Amazon Luna subscription services. While Ubisoft has recently taken steps to make a return on Steam, it will only be available at launch on PC in the Ubisoft Store and the Epic Games Store.