Trials Rising launches February 12, 2019

Closed beta set for September 13 to 16.

Trials Rising

Trials Rising will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on February 12, Ubisoft announced. A closed beta featuring competitive multiplayer will run from September 13 to 16. Users can register to participate here.

The standard edition of Trials Rising includes the base game. The Gold Edition includes the base game and the Expansion Pass, with two major downloadable contents planned and more, for $40 / €40. Digital pre-orders for either version include the “Jungle Rider Pack,” which features a gorilla suit, and the “Wild West Rider Pack,” which features a cowboy suit. Each pack includes five items for your rider and one item for your bike.

Here is an overview of the game, via Ubisoft:

Set in new epic locations around the world and featuring over a hundred tracks, Trials Rising lets riders travel the world and put their skills to the test through various levels of difficulty, beat the competition, grow their fame under the eyes of experienced sponsors and work to become Trials champions. While enjoying the view of the Eiffel Tower or riding along the Great Wall of China, solo or in the hilarious Tandem Bike mode, riders won’t be able to resist the thrill of astonishing exploits and fails on their way.

The Trials franchise has always been about honing your skill and beating the competition, combined with fun and crazy moments with friends. Competition is brought to a new level in Trials Rising, as players will now receive instant notifications when a friend beats their score – so they can go and try to win the track back. Players will gain Fame through actions like completing tracks and Contracts, beating Challengers and competing against other players in multiplayer, all with the goal of becoming the Trials champion.

Each player will pursue their career in a League, a series of tracks to conquer before the Stadium Finals. New to Trials Rising, Stadium Finals is a big event that pits players against seven others in an elimination-style competition over three heats. The best riders unlock a new League to continue their journey.

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