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Trials Rising wil also benefit from Ubisoft's long-term support the publisher applied to all its games. Players can expect free events, seasons and their share of new updates as well as an Expansion Pass that will take players on the Route 66 and to the Southern Hemisphere across more than 55 new tracks. The full details inside. The game will launch February 26.



UBISOFT REVEALS TRIALS® RISING POST-LAUNCH PLAN

Trials Rising Expansion Pass to Include More Than 55 New Tracks, Customization Items and Stickers


SAN FRANCISCO — February 6, 2019 — Today, Ubisoft unveiled its post-launch plans for Trials® Rising, the newest iteration of the gripping Trials motorcycle platform series. Trials Rising post-launch content will include the Trials Rising Expansion Pass, as well as upcoming free Events and Seasons to give players access to fresh content and keep the competition alive. Trials Rising will be released worldwide on February 26, 2019 on PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X, Nintendo SwitchTM and Windows PC.

With the Trials Rising Expansion Pass, players will have the opportunity to dive in to new exciting locations across the United States and the Southern Hemisphere.

The Trials Rising Expansion Pass includes more than 55 new tracks. Full contents include:

• Trials Rising Sixty-Six – Expansion I: Cruise and crash along Route 66 to experience the splendor that is the Land of Opportunity with new tracks and new Contracts. Taking inspiration from one of America’s favorite pastimes, football, this DLC includes items such as a football helmet, shirt, pants and cleats so players can cross the finish line in a sporty fashion.
• Trials Rising Crash and Sunburn – Expansion II: Go below the equator to see the wonders of the Southern Hemisphere. Ride your way through the epic jungle-covered mountains of Peru to the icy region of Antarctica with two new bikes that introduce new gameplay possibilities, challenges and an explorer-themed outfit.
• Stuntman Rider Pack: Defy the laws of gravity and fly through rings of fire with the Stuntman Rider Pack, where players can don the flashy Stuntman costume and ride the engraved retro bike to show everyone that no obstacle is too tough.
• Samurai Pack: Slash through the tracks with the spirits of ancient samurai to guide you, with customization items that will allow players to stand out even more on the tracks.

Trials Rising is all about competition, so keep an eye out for four Seasons, where riders will have access to new poses, animations and customization items for bike and rider, as well as seasonal-themed Events like Easter. Weekly Challenges are also on the horizon, and will provide in-game objectives that reward players with in-game currency and limited-time prizes. Challenges will be renewed every week.

Ubisoft RedLynx, a studio based in Helsinki (Finland), returns with Trials Rising to bring the biggest and most compelling sequel of the franchise to date, combining the acclaimed classic gameplay, a fresh look, more competition and over-the-top action praised by fans, plus all-new features. The game was developed with Ubisoft Kiev (Ukraine) in collaboration with Ubisoft Odessa (Ukraine).

Digital pre-orders for the Standard and Gold Editions are now available. The Trials Rising Standard Edition includes the base game. The Trials Rising Gold Edition includes the base game and the Expansion Pass with two major expansions, two Customization Packs, fun bikes and more for $40. Pre-order bonuses are the Jungle Rider Pack, in which players can go wild in a gorilla suit and bike camouflage, and the Wild West Rider Pack, which features a cowboy outfit and a rodeo headlight. Each pack includes five items for your rider and one item for your bike.

Gold Edition & Pre-Order Bonus

  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - Gold Edition & Pre-Order Bonus
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - Gold Edition & Pre-Order Bonus

Sixty-Six Expansion I Key Art

  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - Sixty-Six Expansion I Key Art

Crash and Sunburn Expansion II Key Art

  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - Crash and Sunburn Expansion II Key Art

10 screenshots

  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - 10 screenshots
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - 10 screenshots
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - 10 screenshots
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - 10 screenshots
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - 10 screenshots
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - 10 screenshots
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - 10 screenshots
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - 10 screenshots
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - 10 screenshots
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - 10 screenshots

Customization

  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - Customization
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - Customization
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - Customization
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - Customization
  • Trials Rising details its post-launch plan - Customization
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Xoar
Commented on 2019-02-08 15:02:32
People still want more Trials? Would of thought this ran it's course long ago. First game was great but pretty meh onwards.
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