Trials Rising

Trials Rising Launches February 12, 2019

Trials Rising Launches February 12, 2019

Ubisoft announced today in a blog post on their website, that Trials Rising will bring more motorcycle stunts and action on February 12, 2019, when it launches on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC.

They also announced that players who want to try the game early can register at for a chance to join the upcoming closed beta, which will run from September 13-16.

Pre-orders of the game are available now for both the Standard and Gold Edition, in which the gold Edition will include the Expansion Pass that will grant players access to two major DLCs and much more.

Check out the Closed Beta announcement trailer for Trials Rising, featuring some gameplay footage:

Anyone who preorders will also be rewarded with two rider packs featuring six customization items each, which allow you to dress your rider up in a multi-piece gorilla suit (the Jungle Rider Pack) or in an array of rugged cowboy gear (the Wild West Rider Pack).

A worldwide tour awaits players in Trials Rising, including visits to eminently ridable versions of the Eiffel Tour and the Great Wall of China. As riders complete events and take on challenges, they will earn Fame and grow their standing as a Trials champion. Trials Rising will stoke the fires of competition by sending you notifications when your friends beat your high scores, and by introducing new Stadium Finals events. These three-heat showdowns pit you against a pack of seven competitors, with each round winnowing down the competition until only one champion remains. In addition to riding solo, players will be able to ride tandem, with two people controlling one bike in local co-op. It’s a challenging prospect, one that may test your friendships as much as it tests your Trials skills.

Trials Rising is coming out on February 12, 2019, for PS4, PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

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