Trials Evolution: Gold Edition coming to PC, release date

RedLynx finally returns the Trials franchise to it’s PC birthing ground

January 19, 2013
Trials Evolution News

Ubisoft has announced that RedLynx’s Trials Evolution: Gold Edition will be hitting PC on 22 March 2013. Trials Evolution: Gold Edition will be available in both digital and physical retail versions.

Trials Evolution: Gold Edition will include the complete game Trials Evolution, enhanced for PC, plus all of the tracks from Trials HD, recreated using Trials Evolution’s graphics and physics engine.

  • Global Leader Boards
  • Local and Online 4-Player Multiplayer
  • Robust and Powerful Track Editor
  • Indoor and Outdoor environments
  • Bike and Rider customizations
  • More than 129 Tracks in all!

The ‘Trials’ franchise has passed 4 million units sold. Trials Evolution: Gold Edition is developed by Ubisoft Shanghai under the supervision of RedLynx, a Ubisoft studio.

As developer RedLynx’s signature franchise, the Trials series first made its mark in gaming with the 2008 release of Trials 2 SE for the PC.

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