The Crew Motorfest
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The Crew Motorfest Trailers
The Crew Motorfest: Live Action Launch Trailer
The Crew Motorfest: Launch Gameplay Trailer | Opening Night Live
The Crew Motorfest: Gameplay Premiere Trailer | Ubisoft Forward
The Crew Motorfest Screenshots
Critic Reviews for The Crew Motorfest
Even with questionable aspects such as premium currency, The Crew Motorfest exudes style and flashes of quality, with a solid proposal that can connect with lovers of the most eclectic speed (as soon as you are in the mud as with single-seaters). Too bad that aspects such as poor multiplayer, or always online, disfigure the final result.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
The Crew Motorfest is an acceptable reproduction of the Forza Horizon concept. If you focus on the thematic playlists and roam the colorful open world listening to the radio, you’ll get a lot of mileage out of the game. There’s enough content here to last you well over 20 hours between events and exploration. However, apart from the ability to change vehicle types on the fly, the game is unfortunately short on original ideas. The limited multiplayer, lack of compelling side activities, and restricted crossplay also hold The Crew Motorfest back from passing the finish line ahead of the curve.
With its abundance of playable content and a very attractive setting such as the island of Oʻahu, The Crew Motorfest attempts to chase the success of Forza Horizon 5 by proposing the same structure proposed by the racing game developed by Playground Games. The result is all in all positive, although Ivory Tower's gaming experience fails to stand out for originality or being qualitatively flawless.
Review in Italian | Read full review