Head Down Under in Trials Rising’s Crash & Sunburn DLC

Ubisoft is sending Trials Rising players to the most dangerous place on earth; Australia. In the Crash & Sunburn DLC, players will also “journey below the equator to traverse the Amazon rainforest, admire Inca ruins, go on a safari and discover Antarctica.” Included with the DLC are 37 new tracks set in South America, Africa, Australia and Antarctica.

In addition to the new tracks, there are two new bikes and a Jungle Explorer outfit to unlock.

Crash & Sunburn comes to Trials Rising at the same time as the new season. Season 3, Welcome to the Future, adds all-new cosmetic items which will be released throughout the season.

Crash & Sunburn

Two new rider outfits coming in this season are the Cyborg and Space Suit which will accompany bike skins the Robo for the Mantis and Space Rover for the Rhino.

That’s not all. In October, a special seasonal Halloween event will be held which will add spooky items in the gear store and Halloween event crates. Players will be able to smash hidden Jack-o-lanterns to unlock a special helmet.

Finally, Ubisoft is giving PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One players a chance to experience Trials Rising free by downloading the demo.

Crash & Sunburn is available now for $17.95 or as part of the expansion pass which is $29.95.

Leo Stevenson
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