Ubisoft’s Motocross Trials Rising Offered Free On Its February 26 Open Beta

Ubisoft’s Motocross Trials Rising Offered Free On Its February 26 Open Beta

Ubisoft’s Motocross Trials Rising Offered Free On Its February 26 Open Beta

Ubisoft’s Motocross Trials Rising Offered Free On Its February 26 Open Beta

Motocross platformer fans are in for an exciting treat from Ubisoft. The studio’s 2.5D motocross platformer entitled Trials Rising is gearing up for its February 26 launch. This is already a slight pushback from its original February 12 launch.

However, before this launch, fans can take the game for a spin on its free open beta version. The free beta is set to run from February 21 to 25.

Earlier this February, Ubisoft already revealed more info about Trial Rising’s post-launch activities. The said series of activities will include an Expansion Pass.

This pass is divided into two parts and will be complete with new items, customizations, contracts, tracks, and locations. It will also include the significantly practical riding gear called the Samurai Rider and the Stuntman Rider packs.

Aside from all these, there will also be free post-launching seasons. Again, these seasons will come with new items, poses, customization items, events, animations, and weekly challenges. Lucky winners will be rewarded with in-game currency and some limited edition prizes.

While the game’s open beta is effectively rolled straight into the game’s launch, Ubisoft will not give any head start. This is because the player’s progress in the beta will not be carried into the full version of the game. This means players can enjoy and play risk-free for the next few days until the game launch.

Many fans are excited for this bone-pulverizing crash them up bike racing game. Maybe to invite some fresh blood on board, Ubisoft is inviting the public to give this motorcycle game a try.

From its trailer alone, Trials Rising is more exciting to play with a friend. With a friend around, players can try the ridiculous and lethal tandem of the bike mode.

The trailer shows the plans Redlynx, the game developer, has in store for Trials Rising after its February 26 launch.

Many fans are already satisfied with what they saw on the Trials Rising trailer. They are expecting a great game with a few extra plot twists. They also said they would be happy to find out that Trials Rising is a glorified expansion of Trials Fusion.

Another thing some fans are hoping to see is that the game’s secrets are at par with Fusion’s. They are expecting to see its levels having hidden missions, secret routes, and some game-altering Easter eggs. Since they had a great time playing Trials Fusion, they’re also expecting to have the same level of fun in Rising.