Along with color-blind mode, you can adjust camera shaking, motion blur, text size, racing line opacity, AI difficulty and more.
The Crew Motorfest, Ivory Tower’s open-world racing sequel to The Crew 2, will feature over 600 vehicles for players to control. Over 80 are brand new, as revealed in the recent developer diary. As the team focuses more on pushing the “boundaries of driving sensations,” it’s also implementing some accessibility options.
Players can adjust subtitle size and background, color-blind mode, motion blur, camera shaking, HUD high contrast, text size and racing line opacity. You can also turn off the racing line, adjust AI difficulty and remap controls.
For customization, there are “millions” of possible combinations, with over 800 parts at launch (more than 20 percent of The Crew 2). A new addition to this is customizing engine sounds, so you can opt for realism or choose something “more exotic.”
The Crew Motorfest is out on September 14th for Xbox One, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and PC.