The Crew Motorfest
The Crew Motorfest is an open-world racing and exploration game. It's a sequel that takes 2018's The Crew 2 to a Hawaiian island you traverse with cars, trucks, boats, and planes. It stands out for the many ways to explore the vibrant world, and the ever-expanding roster of vehicles, races, events, and competitions to jump in and drive.
Unlike the first two Crew games, Motorfest is set in a scaled-down version of O'ahu, one of the largest Hawaiian islands. By land, sea, and air, you explore verdant forests, tropical coasts, and bustling cityscapes, competing in events and races to earn money and level up your character.
At the heart of the game is the Motorfest competition: multiple series of races including slaloms, drag races, and speed traps. Alongside this, you can compete with online opponents, both on and off the track in weekly contests. New main events and playlists are continually added in Seasons, so there's always something new to do.
The result is a game that combines the thrill of exploration and discovery with an ever-expanding selection of races, competitions, and events to create an immersive, rich, and vibrant open-world experience. Whether you're traversing rocky mountain peaks or racing along sunny beaches, there's always something new to see or do.
Racing encourages competition. This can frustrate some younger players when they play against older siblings or adults. Encourage regular breaks and provide tools to help manage their emotional responses.
Talk about real-life driving
Some racing games encourage dangerous driving or unrealistic speed. Talk about the difference between reality and fiction to help them understand what is expected offline.
Some racing games offer multiplayer modes. Manage your child's interactions with other players by using parental controls and talking to them about positive behaviour to ensure a safe and respectful gaming environment.
Suggested by Family Gaming Database
High-speed races require quick reactions to win, but younger and less experienced players can still enjoy exploring the tropical open world.
Rated PEGI 12 for Bad Language and Sexual References. Music played in the background includes the use of bad language, including 'bitch', 'piss' and 'shit'. There are also some sexual references in song lyrics, as well as references to alcohol, drugs and tobacco. Vehicles are able to crash, although no harm is shown to drivers.
There are 38 accessibility features for
The Crew Motorfest
Data by Family Gaming Database
PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4
September 14, 2023
No. of players
You can play this by yourself or as a 32-player online game.
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