Across the spectrum of racing simulators, Ubisoft with its ‘The Crew’ IP blew up the scale with a fairly proportionate map of the United States. And while the game is not a large enough namesake like Forza or Gran Turismo, the title still faces respect from the industry. Already, we saw The Crew 2 welcome next-generation enhancements for Xbox Series X|S & PlayStation 5 in the past.
Moving forward, developer Ivory Tower plans to transition to a new location with its newest entry, The Crew Motorfest. With a brief teaser shared earlier this year, the newest installment brings the energetic racing of The Crew with its familiar world-building to Hawaii. And fans received a closer look at the island of O’ahu in the most recent trailer.
During Ubisoft Forward, Ivory Tower shared new footage of the game alongside a September release date for the new game. You can watch the trailer in the video below:
“An all-new open-world motorsports game, The Crew Motorfest is set on the Hawaiian island of O’ahu, where players can freely explore Honolulu’s streets, off-road down volcanoes, and race more than 610 vehicles (at launch) through rainforests, beaches, and winding mountain roads. A central part of The Crew Motorfest is the introduction of Playlists – multi-event campaigns built around a single car-culture theme, which players can tackle at any time, in any order,” the synopsis reads.
Additionally, The Crew Motorfest will be holding a closed beta for the upcoming release. On Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and PC, users can register for the private playtest which will take place between July 23 to July 25. You can sign-up by heading here.
What has you eager for The Crew Motorfest?
The Crew Motorfest is launching on September 14, 2023 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and Luna.