Ivory Tower announced The Crew: Motorfest, the next entry in the open-world racing franchise
A brand-new instalment in the open-world racing series, the Crew: Motorfest has been created by Ubisoft. This announcement was done via a post on Ubisoft’s official Twitter account. The two previous games in the franchise have had a massive fan base over the years, so the introduction of a third title is exciting news for those who have been anticipating a fourth game in the series for some time. It is anticipated to continue offering the same open-world racing experience that fans have previously liked, even though it is not thought to be a genre-changing innovation.
About the Crew
The Crew: Motorfest is the most recent instalment in the open-world racing series, which was created by Ivory Tower and distributed by Ubisoft. Although The Crew 2, the series’ most recent game, didn’t break any records, it still managed to pique players’ curiosity and increase anticipation for what the developer will accomplish with the franchise going forward. There were rumours of an undisclosed project in the series with the codename “Orlando” that leaked in 2021. Although more information is still to come, fans now have a peek at what The Crew: Motorfest will be like thanks to Ubisoft’s formal introduction of the game.
It was revealed via an official teaser trailer on YouTube that featured in-game 4K footage of several O’ahu, Hawaii settings. The game will have “tailor-made races, themed events, and other unique challenges” and is set in the background of a festival. Although Ivory Tower has not provided a definite release date, the game is anticipated to be launched later this year, and enrollment in the insider programme is currently available.
Some fans might not have been shocked by the formal announcement, especially in light of a leak from November 2022 that revealed a potential beta version of the new The Crew game was on its way to Steam. At the time, it was thought that The Crew: Motorfest might have started out as downloadable content for The Crew 2, but as the game’s scope grew, it eventually became significant enough to merit a full-scale sequel. The information that was leaked appeared to suggest that the game was already under development and that the beta version was getting ready to be released on the Steam platform.
A number of the publisher’s future releases, like the PvP game Project Q, have lately been postponed or scrapped, thus the introduction of the game comes at an unusual time. Ubisoft appears to be exploring and expanding its footprint in the racing genre, as seen by the announcement of a new The Crew title. The new open-world racing game has yet to be received by franchise fans, but Ivory Tower is undoubtedly making efforts to live up to player expectations when it does. As fans eagerly await its debut later this year, enthusiasm for The Crew: Motorfest keeps growing.