Ubisoft is reportedly developing The Crew 3

While 2022 was a tough year for Ubisoft, the publisher has big plans for 2023, including a possible return for The Crew. According to Insider gaming‘s Tom Henderson, a new game in the series is scheduled for release in the next fiscal year (ending March 2024). No platforms have been announced at this time, but PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S all seem like a safe bet based on the history of the series. Henderson has proven to be an incredibly reliable source in the past, but readers should still take this with a grain of salt until we receive an official announcement.

Henderson’s Tweet about The Crew 3 can be found below.

Henderson went on to say that the new game is being developed under the working title “Project Orlando”, and was originally intended as DLC for The crew 2. While the previous game had players exploring the contiguous United States, The Crew 3 will apparently task players with exploring a Hawaiian island (although which Hawaiian island isn’t specified). According to Henderson, Ubisoft sees the game as a potential competitor to Xbox’s Forza Horizon franchise.

Plans in the video game industry are constantly changing and a number of Ubisoft games have experienced significant delays over the years, so fans shouldn’t get too excited just yet! However, these rumors of the racer’s return should be good to hear for fans of the first two games. The crew released in 2014, followed by The crew 2 in 2018. Both games were developed by Ivory Tower, which Ubisoft bought in 2015. Presumably the next game in the series will also be developed by the team, but nothing has been confirmed on that. It’s worth noting that nothing has been heard from the studio since then The crew 2‘s release, which makes it all the more plausible that the studio has been working on the game and will be ready to ship in about a year. For now, fans will just have to wait and see!

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