December 14, 2022

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Trackmania’s Winter Campaign is Coming January 1

On January 1, Trackmania will kick off its Winter Campaign, bringing a slew of new content to the free-to-play racing game, including the introduction of prestige skins. At the start of the Winter Campaign, three prestige skins will be available - Season, Royal, and Ranked - and 37 more will be released throughout 2023. Players can earn these skins through in-game challenges. Trackmania's Winter Campaign also includes a seasonal campaign with 25 new tracks, new medals, and trophies. To help fuel your creative fire, Trackmania is releasing over 260 blocks and items in-game today, including new lights and dynamic signs.

The Trackmania World Tour 2023 is also gearing up, starting with the Showdown Weekend happening from December 17-18. Fans can watch the best racers in the world compete on Trackmania's Twitch channel. The competitive season is currently set to begin on January 21 with the new 2v2 format, and will culminate in the World Championship in Fall 2023.

For more on Trackmania, read about the recent CUPRA collaboration, and the game's upcoming console arrival. Stay tuned to Ubisoft News for more updates.

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