SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – April 10, 2014 – Today, Ubisoft announced that Trials Frontier, the free-to-play mobile title from RedLynx and its best-selling and award-winning Trials series, is now available only on the App Store. The series’ first appearance on mobile devices, Trials Frontier transports players to the distant future where they find themselves the newcomer in a run-down town desperate for a hero.
Players will practice their skills, learning how to race, flip and cruise through tracks as they earn new gear for their bikes and complete missions for the townsfolk in order to prepare for a face-off with the town villain, Butch. As players progress through the game they will unlock new maps, tracks, bikes and fine-tune their racing skills.
Trials Frontier will receive regular post-launch updates that include new bikes, missions and the introduction of infinite multiplayer brawls to keep players competing and racing on the newest bikes. Stay connected with friends through time challenges, leaderboard sharing capabilities and social network integration to prove who has the fastest time.
Players can connect with Trials Fusion, coming out April 16 on console and April 24 on Windows PC, to gain access to bonus rider gear and see what some of the tracks looked like in their prime.
Download Trials Frontier on the App Store, here:https://itunes.apple.com/app/trials-frontier/id659283309?mt=8&uo=4&at=10lvgJ
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Our Take by Dustin Murphy:
When I first got my hands on a Trials game, it was on the XBox 360. It was that game, which got me excited to see this finally launching for the iOS. With games like Urban Free Style out to compete, we can only hope this genre stays alive with Trials as it begins to expand across multiple platforms. So far? We are beyond excited to see how the future of this game develops.