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In a surprise announcement at its E3 conference earlier today Ubisoft announced a new game in the Trials series, one that features a hefty dose of VHS-era neon love, Trials of the Blood Dragon. The new entry, which also introduces non-bike combat is out now for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Trials of the Blood Dragon is an explosive single player experience with a wicked combination of the Trials series’ renowned, competitive, physics-based gameplay and unique, neon-drenched Blood Dragon attitude.

Trials of the Blood Dragon expands the notorious motocross platforming gameplay of Trials into a full narrative-driven adventure. Players will journey through 30 missions spanning seven different worlds, from Vietnam War 4 to Space and even Hell.

Traversing through these unique worlds, players will be using a range of gravity-defying vehicles, weapons and tools from bikes to jetpacks; plasma rifle and CD launcher; and a grappling hook to get over and through anything they need to. With Trials of the Blood Dragon, there are also narrative-driven objectives supported by a colorful cast of characters along the journey.





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