- The Crew Motorfest is the third installment in Ubisoft’s The Crew franchise.
- The game came out last month and launched to rave reviews from fans across the board.
- A new seasonal update has been released for the game, bringing a wealth of new changes to it.
The Crew Motorfest is a noteworthy video game release that made landfall last month for numerous platforms, including the old-gen systems of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The racing simulator has just received its mid-season update, boasting a fresh array of adjustments and plenty of bug fixes to ensure a smooth playable experience.
“We hear you loud and clear Festival-goers! We’re making a swath of fixes across Motorfest to improve your festival experience! Find out more about all the fixes and improvements coming to Motorfest with this Mid-Season Patch,” reads the blog post. The file size of the update is as follows for each of the platforms that the game is on:
- PC – 2.1 GB
- Xbox One – 0.15 GB
- Xbox Series X|S – 0.21 GB
- PS4 – 0.19 GB
- PS5 – 0.25 GB
The gist of it is that major issues concerning the connection, online play, performance, and hardware aspects have been addressed, such as those playing on Nvidia GeForce Now not being able to adjust their graphical settings. An assortment of crash fixes, security patches, and bug removals have been put in place as well, thereby improving the user experience for all players.
In other news, The Crew Motorfest has been fairly substantial for Ubisoft, becoming the franchise’s most successful release thus far. Moreover, The Crew series itself has clocked more than 40 million players, ever since its first title made landfall in 2016. Announcing the glad tidings, the Managing Director at Ubisoft Ivory Tower Ahmed Boukhelifa said,
We are thrilled by the enthusiastic response which has broken all franchise records, and we want to thank our community for their incredible support. Launch is only the beginning: we have planned regular updates with new themes and experiences, and very strong post-launch support with a mix of free and paid content, for a long time to come.”
As far as good releases go, Ubisoft has also managed to out Assassin’s Creed Mirage—the latest installment in the Assassin’s Creed franchise. The action-adventure stealth-oriented title has become the company’s biggest next-gen launch to date, leaving the likes of Valhalla and Far Cry 6 to collect nothing but dust.
Oh, speaking of those games, Ubisoft currently has its Bargain Bin Sale running live on the official storefront, taking up to 75% off and even more on a select number of games. Best check that out if you play on PC to save big on some fantastic first-party Ubisoft titles, including For Honor, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, and even Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.
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The Crew Motorfest was released on September 14, 2023, for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC. If you haven’t bought the game yet, there are 3 purchasable editions of the title that you can choose from, all laid out on the Ubisoft Store. In case you’re subscribed to Ubisoft+, you can play the racing sim at no additional cost from there on out.
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