Ubisoft’s The Crew Motorfest has been no exception, as it continues to receive updates and improvements to keep its player base engaged and satisfied. The latest update, Patch 1.03, dropped on September 12th, 2023, and brought a host of changes and fixes that have caught the attention of both casual gamers and dedicated fans alike. In this article, we’ll delve deep into The Crew Motorfest Update 1.03 Patch Notes, exploring each fix, change, and addition, and discussing how they impact the overall gameplay experience.
The Crew Motorfest Update 1.03 Patch Notes
Here are the patch notes for The Crew Motorfest Update 1.03:
- Victims Trapped Collision Issue:
- Resolved an issue where Victims lost collision/control when trapped and trying to use a gap afterward.
- Acknowledged that more issues related to Hitchhiker traps and Victims are being addressed.
- Perking Up Achievement:
- Fixed an issue causing the Perking Up achievement to not unlock.
- Encouraged Achievement Hunters to continue their pursuit.
- Continue on Lobby End Screen:
- Fixed the issue causing all active players to wait the full timer when choosing to continue to the next match due to disconnected players.
- Improved matchmaking speed for active players.
- Continue Missing from Custom Game End Screen:
- Resolved the issue where the continue option was missing from the end screen of custom games.
- Battery Match Start State:
- Car batteries now start out on and powered up by default to expedite match setup.
- Respec in Lobby Option:
- Removed the option to respec characters in match lobbies.
- Players can still edit character loadouts and spend unused skill points.
- Respec must now be done via the main menu.
- Tuned: Bone Scrap Limits:
- Limited Bone Scrap piles to 3 uses per pile for better balance.
- Tuned: Cook Lock Usage XP Farm:
- Implemented a limiter on the amount of XP earned from placing and removing locks repeatedly.
- Players will still receive the XP bonus for placing each of the three locks once.
- Tuned: Lobby Timer Set to 3 Minutes:
- Reverted the lobby timer back to the standard 3 minutes after community feedback.
- Continued Anti-Cheat Tuning and Improvements:
- Ongoing work on anti-cheat measures, moving closer to reintegrating PC into cross-play.
- Encouraged players encountering cheaters in public PC lobbies to report them via support.
These patch notes highlight Ubisoft’s dedication to maintaining and improving The Crew Motorfest gaming experience.