The Crew Motorfest is the third installment in the franchise and brings players to the Hawaiian island of O’ahu. An open-world environment, the game will allow players to race through the streets of Honolulu, drive down volcano slopes, drift on the beach, drive through rainforests, and more.
According to Ubisoft, the game will be a “live game” with a commitment to bringing new and fresh content on a regular basis post-launch.
“The festival will allow you to fulfill your ultimate action driving bucket list through a series of tailor-made races, themed events, and other unique challenges. Whatever the way you enjoy cars and driving, there is something in there for you,” the game’s press release says.
In addition to the game’s announcement, it was also revealed that The Crew Motorfest will feature closed betas. The betas will be by invite only that allow players to experience the game, and provide feedback directly to the developers for improvements.
The first beta will be capped at 2,000 PC players and will be chosen based on the activity level of players in The Crew 2. After that, Ubisoft will open registrations up for future testing phases as development continues.
The Crew Motorfest launches in 2023 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. More details on the game will be announced in the coming months.
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