Trials Rising will be released worldwide on February 26, 2019 on PlayStation 4, the Xbox One family of devices including Xbox One X, Nintendo Switch and Windows PC. Ubisoft has now also announced the plans for future content of Trials Rising, the latest offshoot of the exciting motorcycle platformer series.


More than 55 new routes planned

Post-launch content will include the Trials Rising Expansion Pass, as well as upcoming free events and seasons that will give players access to new content and add to the competitive gaming experience.

The Trials Rising Expansion Pass gives players the opportunity to experience new locations across the United States and the Southern Hemisphere. And if the 120 routes of the basic game are not enough for you, you will receive more than 55 additional routes with the Season Pass.

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With the Trials Rising Expansion Pass, players have the opportunity to experience exciting new locations in the United States and the southern hemisphere.

Ubisoft summarizes the content planned for the future in a current report as follows:

  • Trials Rising Sixty Six - Expansion I: Players hot and tumble down Route 66 to experience the full glory of the land of opportunity with new routes and contracts. Inspired by one of America's most popular pastimes, football, this DLC includes items such as a football outfit including a helmet, shirt, pants and cleats to help you cross the finish line like a real athlete.
  • Trials Rising Crash & Sunburn - Expansion II: Players travel under the equator to see the wonders of the southern hemisphere. On two new bikes she leads her way through the jungle-covered mountains of Peru over the icy region of the Antarctic. You can expect new gameplay possibilities, challenges and an explorer outfit.
  • Stuntman Driver Package: The players defy the laws of gravity and fly through rings of fire. With the stuntman driver package they throw themselves into the shrill stuntman costume and onto the engraved retro bike to show everyone that no obstacle is too hard for them.
  • Samurai Object Package: The ghosts of the old samurai guide the players along the routes; with customization items that allow players to stand out even more.

The video game Trials Rising is all about fast-paced competitions. Players should therefore keep an eye open for four seasons with new poses, animations and customization items for bike and driver, as well as seasonal events such as Easter.

Weekly challenges are also on the agenda, offering tasks that reward players with in-game currency and limited-time prizes. The challenges are renewed every week.

"Crash and Sunburn" is the second expansion for Trials Rising. Image: Ubisoft
“Crash and Sunburn” is the second expansion for Trials Rising. Image: Ubisoft

Ubisoft RedLynx, the Finnish developer studio based in Helsinki, is back with the biggest sequel in the game series. This combines the challenging gameplay and the crazy action loved by the fans with brand new game elements, more competition and a fresh visual design.

Incidentally, the game is being developed in cooperation with Ubisoft Kiev and Ubisoft Odessa (Ukraine).  

The gold version of the video game Trials Rising is now available for around 40 euros pre-ordered* will.

The Trials Rising Standard Edition includes the base game. The Trials Rising Gold Edition includes the base game and the expansion pass with two large expansions, two customization packages, fun bikes and more.
Pre-order bonuses include the Jungle Rider Package, which lets players go wild in a gorilla suit and camouflage bike, and the Wild West Rider Package, which includes a cowboy outfit and rodeo headlight. Each package contains five items for the rider and one for the bike.


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