And it's scheduled run from February 21 through to February 25 across PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Very cool to see the Switch getting in on the Open Beta action, with pre-loading set to begin tomorrow on all platforms. With the game set to launch full on February 26 though, probably safe to consider it more demo than beta.
The Open Beta is set to feature a decent chunk of the game too, from offline to online races, with the following available to play:
8 tracks from easy to extreme, including four University of Trials onboarding tracks
Five bikes (Squid, Rhino, Mantis, Helium and the hilarious two-player Tandem bike)
The exclusive Turbo Bike Exhaust for the Helium Bike, which makes it roar like a real motorbike. All players who unlock the in-game Trials Turbo Bike item during Open Beta will be able to keep it once they purchase the game.
25 Contracts, Challengers game mode and 8 tracks playable in Online Multiplayer
Customisation editor with over 2000 stickers
Having gone hands on with Trials Rising in the past from our own impressions this definitely feels like a return to form for the series, capturing what made it so popular in the first place whilst also adding some great new features.