E3 2018: Crash with style in a new Trials Rising gameplay trailer

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Trials Rising is headed to Nintendo Switch this February, Ubisoft has announced.

Those who enjoyed the customization options of previous Trials games will be pleased, with players able to edit their bikes and outfits, while Ubisoft has invested more time and effort into its level editor.

Trials Rising will be released in February 2019.

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Check out the debut trailer below.

"Competition is all over the globe with fun and elaborate tracks located across several continents".

Are you looking forward to Trials Rising on Switch? It will be a bigger game than any others in the series, and will see you travel the world to try your best on tracks in iconic locations. Sponsors such as Fox Racing Gear, KTM and RedLynx are always on the lookout for new talent and will offer contracts to complete special challenges.

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This is the first new Trials game to be released since Trials Fusion, which was released in 2014 with its last DLC, Trials of the Blood Dragon, coming out in 2016.

Additionally, Ubisoft will be holding a beta for Trials Rising. You'll also have the the freedom to customise and share any outfit or bike skin they want.

Tandem Bikes is another new feature in which two players can control one bike. The company will be launching a beta sometime later this year, which you can register for here.

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