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 trailer itself looks fairly interesting, though, with up to six players racing against each other at the same time. Players can register interest in the beta on the official Trials website.
Today at E3 2018, Ubisoft announced Trials Rising, which is set to arrive in February 2019 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. After showing an emphasis on crashing and wrecking being an important element to the popular Trials series, a gameplay trailer then popped up onto the screen.
"Trials Rising is the newest iteration of Ubisoft's gripping motorcycle platforming series", Ubisoft confirms.
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"Looking to earn even more fortune and fame?" You'll also have the the freedom to customise and share any outfit or bike skin they want. Multiplayer is returning, and there will be a Tandem Bike mode, with two players "each contributing fifty percent of the power and balance" ride together on one bike.
It's been four years since we last saw a proper new entry into the Trials series, with fans' last dose of the dirt bike action coming from Trials Fusion. The theme of Trials Rising is a tour around the world. "Get ready for the unexpected and for hilarity to ensue!"