February 13, 2019

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Trials Rising Open Beta Coming February 21-24

Trials Rising is launching on February 26, and you'll be able to take it for a spin for free during the Open Beta from February 21 to 24 on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Whether you're picking out the swiftest line to the finish or seeing how many backflips you can execute in a single jump, the Open Beta will offer 18 tracks, ranging from easy to extreme difficulty, including four tracks designed to help you work on your technique.

In addition to competing against your own times, you can race in online multiplayer on eight tracks, or take on Contracts and see if you can score extra rewards by completing optional objectives. Try out the co-op Tandem bike for some comical two-player action, or work to unlock the Helium Bike with the exclusive Turbo Bike Exhaust, which will be yours in the full game if you earn it during the Open Beta. You can pre-load the Open Beta starting on February 19.

Trials Rising is scheduled for a February 26 release on PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Xbox One. For more on the latest in the high-flying series, check out our previous coverage.

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