Ubisoft has announced that Trials Rising is now available on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Windows PC.
Ubisoft RedLynx, a studio based in Helsinki (Finland), returns with Trials Rising which they say is the biggest and most compelling sequel of the franchise to date. The game combines the classic gameplay, a fresh look, more competition and over-the-top action as well as all-new features. The game was developed with Ubisoft Kiev (Ukraine) in collaboration with Ubisoft Odessa (Ukraine).
Trials Rising features over 120 tracks across more than 30 countries. Players must face various levels of difficulty, beat the competition, grow their Fame under the eyes of experienced sponsors and work to become Trials champions. Locations include the Colosseum in Rome, the Pyramids in Egypt, the streets of New York and even the Great Wall of China.
Watch the Trials Rising launch trailer below:
The ghost system displays actual riders and bikes during play, ensuring there is always someone to race against. This allows players to see how their competition overcome the challenging obstacles and then do it better. Online Multiplayer features a Seasons & Divisions system that lets players of similar skill levels race against each other, with the first season starting soon after launch. Each player will set out on a path to race against challengers to become the best Trials rider in the world and reach the top of the Leaderboard.
Party Mode makes a comeback, where up to four players can compete on the same screen. There’s also a hilarious new Tandem bike feature allows two players to ride a single bike together with each giving 50% input to the balance and throttle.
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Players will also have the freedom to customise their rider and bike gear with more than 2000 stickers and hundreds of customization items. Custom gear can then be shared with the community and earn in-game rewards when other players use them.
Two editions of Trials Rising are available. The Standard Edition includes the base game while the Gold Edition includes the base game and 55+ additional tracks in the Expansion Pass with two major Expansions – Sixty Six and Crash & Sunburn – plus two Customisation Packs, fun bikes and more.