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“The Crew: Motor Fest” collaboration product is now available in a suit that can realistically reproduce the feeling of acceleration and crashing


Spain’s OWO has haptic suits on sale“OWO Haptic Gaming System”About, Ubisoft Entertainment’s racing game“The Crew: Motor Fest”(PC / PS5 / Xbox Series X|S)“The Crew Motorfest Edition”announced.

As we reported in the “TGS 2022” report published on September 17, 2022, the “OWO Haptic Gaming System” uses 10 electrode pads attached to a cycling jersey-like suit to generate as many as 30 types of gaming. ,It is a product that reproduces various sensations. It is said that users can feel realistic sensations ranging from the soft sensations of being caught in the rain or insects crawling to them, to the hard sensations of being hit by a ball or being stabbed with a knife.

The collaboration with Ubisoft is“Assassin’s Creed Mirage”This is the second installment (related article). By wearing the suit and playing the game, you can feel the acceleration, rotation, and impact of the car, providing an unprecedented experience. Driving a car with the wind blowing through it seems exciting, but I don’t want to think about what would happen if I crashed.

Although the release date has not been announced at this time, pre-orders have begun at OWO’s official shop, and the price is 539 euros (approximately 88,000 yen). Those who pre-order will receive either the main game of “The Crew: Motor Fest” or the “Year 1 Season Pass,” and can choose a platform from among PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One. Of course, you can also choose your suit size.
Furthermore, it is said that “The Crew: Motor Fest” will probably have native support for the beta version in Season 2, which will start in December. For more information, please check OWO’s official website.

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The article is in Japanese

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