Ubisoft announces a new installment in their Trials series called Trials Rising
is in development at Ubisoft RedLynx and Ubisoft Kiev for release on PC and
consoles next year. They promise creative twists on the game's dirt bike racing,
local and online multiplayer, and a new co-op mode called Tandem Bike.
This trailer offers a
look, and the announcement also includes pre- and post-release details,
mentioning preorder bonuses and expansion plans:
hard-riding action of the acclaimed Trials series is set to return in February
2019 with the launch of Trials Rising on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PC.
Developed by Ubisoft RedLynx, based in Helsinki, and Ubisoft Kiev, Trials Rising
will introduce riders to tracks set in famous real-world locations with creative
twists. With more tracks than ever, Trials Rising will challenge players to earn
a spot on the leaderboards, compete against other riders, and take on contract
challenges from in-game sponsors to rise through the ranks on their way to
Trials glory. The game will feature local and online multiplayer, as well as the
ability to compete against the ghosts of other players' best times in single
In addition to competition, a new mode called Tandem Bike will test riders'
cooperation as two players split control of one bike and try to navigate
action-packed tracks. Players will also be able to customize the look of their
riders and bikes, and then share their creations with the community for a chance
to earn rewards if other players decide to use their designs.
Register now for a chance to join the upcoming closed beta for Trials Rising. A
Gold Edition of the game will also be available that includes both the base game
and the expansion pass with two major DLCs and in-game items. All pre-orders of
Trials Rising include the Jungle Rider and Wild West Rider packs. For more
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xXStellarDadXx wrote on Jun 12, 2018, 10:23: I always liked Trials but damn does it get brutal in the later levels...
I've only played the mobile versions, which are part of why I rarely play mobile games. What cynical trash.
It really needs a console / pc with a decent controller. You need to have really good throttle control to do most, and a keyboard with on/off buttons or mobile just can't do it.
That being said, the old ones were an amazing game to play in groups. The stuff that happens from run to run is always unexpected (how the hell did you do that?!), are pretty short so controller can be tossed quickly, and have so many levels for different skill levels anyone can get it easily.
Definitely grabbing this on sale to toss in a random night.
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