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The Crew Motorfest reveal trailer is a stunning tour of Hawai'i

The Crew Motorfest reveal trailer is a stunning tour of Hawai'i

The Crew Motorfest has been officially announced, and is set in an open world inspired by the Hawaiian island of O’ahu.

Yup, it’s official. After years of speculation and insiders claiming various things about the supposed next game in The Crew series, it’s finally happening.

Over on Twitter, a teaser trailer for the next title in The Crew series, titled The Crew Motorfest, has been dropped. While it doesn’t give loads away, it’s clear that, in the words of Lizzo, all the rumours are true - the game is set in an open world, inspired by the Hawaiian island of O’ahu.

Take a look at the trailer for The Crew Motorfest below.

"The Crew Motorfest builds on the legacy of The Crew franchise to make it the best open world action-driving experience in the series," the game's description on the Ubisoft website reads. "Get ready to race through the city streets of Honolulu, go down the ashy volcano slopes, adventure deep in the lush rainforest, drift along the curvy mountain roads, or just chill down on the sunny beach.

"Evergreen car culture festival at the heart of the game, Motorfest has settled in the beautiful island of O’ahu, part of the Hawaiian archipelago. On your own or with your crew, come explore this beautiful new playground behind the wheel of hundreds of the most legendary vehicles," it continues. "The festival will allow you to fulfil 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!"

Not only have the rumours about the game’s location been confirmed in this announcement, but its name is also exactly what two prominent insiders suggested it could be. Consider my pinch of salt officially dropped.

Excitingly, the game is currently slated for a 2023 release, so we can expect it to hit PC and consoles sometime in the coming months. Ubisoft has confirmed that it’ll be racing onto PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X/S and Amazon Luna, so even previous-gen console owners will be able to get in on the action.

Featured Image Credit: Ubisoft

Topics: Ubisoft