Trials Rising Season 2: Medieval Motor Mayhem Content Revealed in New Trailer, Available Now
Trials Rising Season 2: Medieval Motor Mayhem, shown in a new trailer previous to Ubisoft's E3 event, is available now for players to download.
Trials Rising is getting a Season 2 expansion titled Medieval Motor Mayhem, which includes plenty of brand new content for players. Season 2 was revealed in a launch trailer that dropped right before Ubisoft’s E3 conference, which aired live today. Trials Rising Season 2: Medieval Motor Mayhem introduces players to a new season of ranked multiplayer, two new Ronin and Knight-themed rider outfits and bike skins, a new shopping cart vehicle, and new tracks:
Additionally, four new Knight and Ronin-themed headlights, 10 new themed helmet accessories, and six new themed stickers will be available. Once players have decked out their rider and bike to their heart’s content, they will be able to showcase them in new ways, thanks to the addition of five new loading poses, five new victory animations, and two new lose animations.
Finally, Season 2 lets players experience the Renaissance Faire across five medieval-themed tracks. They’ll also be able to revisit a classic concept from Trials HD, with three all new tracks.
It’s also been revealed that there will be an upcoming Summer Event taking place in July. The event will include a new Summer Swimsuit outfit available in the store or through Summer Event Gear Crates, as well as a summer-themed headlight and eight helmet accessories. A certain Summer Event challenge will reward players with an exclusive helmet if they collect all the ice cream cones hidden across various tracks.
A while back, Ubisoft drummed up some controversy concerning the loot boxes in Trials Rising. Specifically it was for them speaking in favor of the microtransactions, which included the statement: “If players simply didn’t buy these crates, they would not be added into games in future.”
Trials Rising, which released earlier this year, is available now on Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Coming this fall to Google Stadia. You can check out our review of the title, which we enjoyed considerably, here, as well as 15 minutes of gameplay here.
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