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And other places too, considering the new content is the Southern Hemisphere, but as Aussies we're obligated to assume we own the whole thing. I think Russell Crowe or one of the Hemsworths owns it outright, and we all just kind of rent it by watching their movies. Or something.

At any rate, all-new content has dropped as part of the next season for Trials Rising while a free demo has also dropped to give those of you who haven't played the game, a chance to see what all the anxiety is about.

Here's Ubisoft's official line:
Trials Rising Crash & Sunburn brings players on a journey below the equator to traverse the Amazon rainforest, admire Inca ruins, go on a safari and discover Antarctica. With 37 new tracks set across South America, Africa, Australia and Antarctica and two new fun bikes, players will also be able to obtain the new Jungle Explorer outfit, perfect for any adventure in the Southern Hemisphere.

Season 3, Welcome to the Future, brings a wealth of new customisation items for players’ riders and bikes. These new items will be released regularly throughout the season including two new rider outfits, the Cyborg and the Space Suit. The outfits will also be accompanied by two new bikes skins, the Robo skin for the Mantis and the Space Rover skin for the Rhino. In addition to these outfits and skins, Season 3 will also bring three futuristic style headlights and 10 new themed helmet accessories.

Beginning in October, a seasonal event will bring Halloween flair to Trials Rising in the form of spooky customisation items available in the gear store or in Halloween event crates. Riders can also seek out the Jack-o’-lanterns hidden across various tracks to unlock an exclusive helmet.

Trials Rising is out now for Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC and UPLAY+, Ubisoft’s subscription service. Crash & Sunburn, the second expansion, is now available for standalone purchase for $17.95, and is also available as part of the Expansion Pass for $29.95 or a UPLAY+ subscription.
Watch a full trailer highlighting all of the above, embedded below.





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