The Crew Motorfest release date, trailers, and gameplay

The Crew Motorfest release date, trailers, and gameplay
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It isn’t quite “lights out and away we go” just yet, but we wouldn’t blame you for wanting to start your engines already since The Crew Motorfest release date is nearly here. With the follow-up to 2018’s The Crew 2 having been announced in late January, fans have predictably been eager to get stuck in with this latest installment as Ubisoft had steadily been teasing more of the sleek new goodies that players can expect within over the past few months.

The first trailer for the Crew Motorfest had previously been dropped during its initial announcement towards the beginning of the year. During that time, the publishers also gave us a chance to experience it for ourselves through a gameplay preview session. Now, however, additional in-depth teasers have also been given out ahead of the The Crew Motorfest early access start date, some of which answer questions regarding The Crew Motorfest Steam availability as well.

If you simply want to learn more about the release date, though, then we’ve got you covered below.

The Crew Motorfest release date 

The Crew Motorfest release date will be on September 14, 2023 for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. In both the initial and subsequent trailer, we saw new cars, new tracks, and what looked to be a festival of racing taking place in sunny Hawaii. These features were further confirmed thanks to the lauded closed beta period that took place in July 2023, which left plenty of positive impressions.

The Crew Motorfest trailers and gameplay

As mentioned before, the initial teaser trailer gave us a sneak peek at the roaring vehicles, sun-kissed locales, and exciting modes that the game will have available.

However, the gameplay premiere trailer gave fans an even better look at what you can expect once it drops on a variety of different consoles including the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and the PC. Alas, Nintendo Switch users will need to opt for one of the previous systems if they want to experience the high-octane scenes that the game has shown off in the trailblazing trailers that Ubisoft has released.

If that wasn’t enough engine-revving action for you, the launch gameplay trailer showcased even more of the sleek vehicles, high stakes, and neon-touched locales you can expect once you drop into the the world of The Crew Motorfest.

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