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The Crew Motorfest Season 1 Content Revealed


The Crew Motorfest Year 1 revealed

We’re getting closer to the launch of The Crew Motorfest, and Ubisoft is continuing to tease more information about the game. We now know what events are coming for the first two seasons of The Crew Motorfest, including what’s taking centre stage on the Main Stage.

Let’s take a look at The Crew Motorfest’s Year 1 seasons.

The Crew Motorfest Season 1 content revealed

In a post on X (formerly Twitter), The Crew Motorfest has revealed the first three seasons coming in Year 1 Pass. There’s a wide range of content coming, with each themed around specific cars, countries, and manufacturers.

These seasons give us a clue as to which cars to expect in each season as part of the Year 1 Pass announced last week.

The Crew Motorfest Year 1
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Season 1 kicks things off with an all-American affair. American muscle, dust, and racing will dominate September, celebrating all things American automotive. October then hops across the Pacific to Japan, with the Japanese Big Four, Japanese Custom, and Japanese Touge coming to The Crew Motorfest.

November rounds off Season 1 with a road trip across Europe. European Qualitat, European Velocita, European Elegance, and European Luxury end Season 01 in style, along with a Final Battle event.

Taking to the Main Stage

Season 2 sees Hoonigan taking over the main stage from December 2023 to February 2024. Founded by the sadly missed Ken Block, Hoonigan specialises in rally racers. If it produces thick clouds of smoke amongst a gut-wrenching roaring engine, chances are it’s a Hoonigan.

Unlike Season 1, Season 2 is exclusively all about Hoonigan. Focusing on the Main Stage, it’s likely this will involve more rally content coming to the game, although this hasn’t yet been confirmed.

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Season 3 will also take place at the Main Stage but there’s no confirmation as to what Season 03 entails yet. Palm trees in the picture suggest a beach theme, but beyond that, we’re being kept in the dark.

Season 3 also deviates from Seasons 1 and 2 in that it runs for four months instead of three. Season 3 will occupy the Main Stage from March to June 2024.

There’s plenty of exciting content coming to The Crew Motorfest, including the yet-to-be-revealed Season 4 capping off Year 1.

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