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And it will be available on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. As the sequel or next entry in the series, it's looking to improve on some of the criticism that Trials Fusion drew. More tracks than ever before, set in iconic locations across the globe it's also being designed with direct input from the Trials community and its most passionate fans.

And this time it looks to be ramping up the multiplayer side of things - which was mostly missing in Fusion. Or, not as good as what had come before.



And with Ubisoft noting that, "Trials Rising hearkens back to the franchise’s roots and brings back the core gameplay fans know and love. Powered by the community’s feedback, the team crafted an always-on game that guarantees never-ending experiences" - it's sounding like a return to form.



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