Trials Rising is a 2.5D multiplayer physics-based racing game. In Trials Rising you play on challenging maps with wobbly physics against other players. Trials Rising takes all the components of the previous games and improves it with different maps, optimized controls, great graphics, and some more features.
Trials Rising will release on February 26th on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows and Nintendo Switch. However, Ubisoft announced an open beta from February 21st to 25th that you can play for free.
But, the progress you make on the beta won’t be transferred over to the full game. The game will have in-game currency through which you can buy bikes, skins, and other customizable gear. It will also include weekly challenges and events.
If you thought about buying the game beforehand than you should try out the open beta and see whether you want to buy the full game or not.
Watch Dogs 3’s Trademark filing hints at next-gen release
CS:GO – How to aim like ScreaM
World War Z system requirements and release date revealed
Dirt Rally 2.0 brings Oculus Rift VR support this Summer