Ubisoft has confirmed that they will be running an Open Beta event for Trials Rising next weekend. The new installment of the Trials series will be available for everyone to try completely free from February 21 to 24 on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. Just pre-download it as early as February 19 on the platform you prefer to be ready to start playing as soon as the beta starts on Thursday.

During the event, you will be able to experience all the fun of riding a motocross motorcycle through a variety of crazy tracks. Eighteen different tracks of several difficulties will be available for you on single player mode, allowing you to perfect your skills and try to beat your own times. There will also be different Contracts available for you which grant you rewards for the successful completion of several objectives. Once you are confident enough with your handling, you should also jump to online multiplayer races and compete against other players from all over the world on eight different tracks. As a bonus, if you manage to unlock the Helium Bike with the exclusive Turbo Bike Exhaust, it will carry over to your Trials Rising game if you purchase it once it launches.

If you have never played any of the games in the Trials series before, you should know that Trials Rising is a 2.5D racing game where you control a rider on a physics-based motocross motorcycle through an obstacle-filled racing track. The full game features everything that you will experience during the Open Beta, including the brand new co-op multiplayer Tandem Bike mode, where two people can ride a bike together; definitely a very challenging mode that will deliver lots of fun. Ubisoft has also detailed what are their plans for the game after launch in the video below:

Trials Rising will launch on February 26, and you can check our comparator for the best price online anytime.

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