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Trials Rising Post Launch Plans

by on February 6, 2019

Trails Rising is coming February 26th, and Ubisoft already has lots of plans for future content!  Today, Ubisoft announced the items to be included in the Trials Rising Expansion Pack.

The Trials Rising Expansion Pass (which is included in the Gold Edition), includes:

  • Trials Rising Sixty-Six – Expansion I: This expansion is set along Route 66.  It includes new tracks, contracts, and football-based customization options for your character.
  • Trials Rising Crash and Sunburn – Expansion II: Expansion II takes you to the jungle-covered mountains of Peru and icy Antartica.  It includes two new bikes and an explorer outfit.
  • Stuntman Rider Pack: Get ready for your very own Evil Kenivel moments in the Stuntman Rider Pack.  A stuntman costume is available along with a retro bike. This pack will feature lots of crazy stunts for you to race through.
  • Samurai Pack: Samurai customization options.

Trials Rising will also feature four Seasons of competitions.  These seasonally themed events will score players new poses, animations, and customization options.  There will be limited time prizes and weekly challenges.  Sounds like there will be future content for a very long time!

Digital pre-orders for the Standard and Gold Editions are now available. The Trials Rising Standard Edition includes the base game. The Trials Rising Gold Edition includes the base game and the Expansion Pass with two major expansions, two Customization Packs, fun bikes and more.  The Gold Edition can be yours for $40. Pre-order bonuses are the Jungle Rider Pack, which includes a gorilla suit and camo for their bike, and the Wild West Rider Pack, which features a cowboy outfit and a rodeo headlight.  Each pack includes five items for your rider and one item for your bike.

I can’t wait to crash and burn on February 26th.  Let us know what edition you are purchasing in the comments!

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