Ubisoft to Challenge Trials Fans with Free Copy of Trials of the Blood Dragon on PC

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If you’re one for a challenge, Trials is a series that’s great for that, and Ubisoft isn’t shying away from this knowledge. Today Ubisoft has announced that they want to allow their community to win a copy of Trials of the Blood Dragon on Windows PC. Starting on July 22nd, they want to allow PC players to download the demo of the full game and eventually challenge their way through it with 15 faults or less, which will allow them to be rewarded with a full copy of the game. This means that players will also be competing against one another through the global leaderboards to see who can with with the fewest faults.

In the fullversion of Trials of the Blood Dragon, players will challenge each other across 30 missions that span across different worlds, allow uses of different gravity-defying vehicles, tools, and more as they compete for the title of being the best across each map. Additionally, players will be able to enjoy the game’s soundtrack that was composed by Power Glove.

 

Trials of the Blood Dragon is a follow up to the critically acclaimed series. It is available for download on the worldwide on Xbox One, Windows PC, and PlayStation 4.

Trials of the Blood Dragon, the follow-up to the successful Trials series, is available for download worldwide on Xbox One, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and Windows PC.


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