Trials Rising Release Date and Private Beta Announced

Stick the landing.

Trials Rising was announced at Ubisoft's E3 2018 press conference, but now we know that Trials Rising is coming out on February 12, 2019 for Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch. There will also be a private beta sometime before release.

Ubisoft unveiled a new Trials Rising trailer at Gamescom, though it's mostly a showcase for the cool stunts and dangerous accidents that happen while playing Trials. There's also gameplay of the new tandem bicycle in Rising.

The Closed Beta for Trials Rising runs from September 13 – 16 on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. You'll need to register at the Trials Rising website for a chance to get in on the beta.

Trials Rising will sport both local and online multiplayer, a Tandem Bike mode for added difficulty, and new race tracks set in locales like the Grand Canyon, Paris, and Mount Everest.

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