Explore over-the-top action and physics-bending motorcycle racing in the latest opus of the Trials franchise. With new tracks in exotic places all over the world and more ways to compete, Trials® Rising is the best one yet.
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Feb 26, 2019

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February 18

Dev Diary #4 - Cross Platform

Welcome back Riders,

In our previous entry, we took an in-depth look at how the economy will work in Trials Rising. If you happened to miss this Dev Diary, you can find it here.

This week, we’re going to be taking a closer look at a topic that’s on the tip of everyone’s lips, cross platforms features! In Trials Rising, many things will be shared across platforms, and in this article, we’re going break down what exactly this means.


Trials has always been about competition, and with Trials Rising, this is no different. Leaderboards were where the competition began and now with Rising that competition will be bigger than ever before. In Trials Rising you will see times set by players across all platforms. Now, you’ll be able see how you stack up against every Trials player around the globe. Watch their replays, play against their ghosts and uncover new rivalries!

Track Central

The iconic Track Central will once again be getting the cross platform treatment. Tracks from Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC will be available to all players. Performance between these platforms can vary and that may impact the experience playing tracks created on different platforms.

Gear Store

Missed out on our Customization & Sharing articles? The Gear Store is where you can go to browse new gear for your bike and rider, including customizations made by other players. Just like Track Central the Gear Store will feature customizations made by players on all platforms.

Player Profile

As you progress through Trials Rising, your accomplishments, stats, custom content and your bike and rider’s appearance will all be stored on your Player Profile. Of course this article is about cross-platform features so we would not be bringing it up if the profile wasn’t also cross-platform. In Trials Rising you will be able to visit your friends (or rivals) Player Profile and see their latest progress regardless of which platform they play on.

Ubisoft Account

In order to push cross-platform features further than we have in the past a Ubisoft Account will be required to access online features on all platforms. In Trials Fusion we were unable to display usernames across platforms and had to use a generic name, FusionShared, as the creator profile for tracks shared cross-platform. By using Ubisoft Accounts we can ensure that in Trials Rising proper usernames can be displayed on creations, leaderboard entries & profiles on all platforms. Browsing the Gear Store or Track Central and stumble across something that catches your eye, now you’ll be able see who created what regardless of which platform they’re on.

That said, not all us have linked our Ubisoft Account to our consoles account. There’s multiple way’s to do this and you can find out more by reading one of our dedicated FAQs.

That about wraps things up for the Trials Rising Development Diary series. We’re only 1 week away from launch and we can’t wait for all of you to get your hands on the game. Be sure to try it out early this weekend, February 21-25 for our Open Beta and come next Tuesday, we’ll see you on the leaderboards.
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February 11

Dev Diary #3: In-Game Economy

In our last Dev Diary, we talked all about the many ways players will be able to share their custom creations in Trials Rising. This week we are going to talk all about Trials Rising’s in-game economy. There are a mix of new and returning resources and rewards, so we will take a look at each one individually and how they fit into the world of Trials Rising.


In more traditional terms, you can think of Fame as the XP of Trials Rising. It will be the main way you progress to unlock new events, tracks, and contracts. Players will earn Fame for many activities throughout the career and multiplayer modes in Trials Rising. In Career Mode, fame is earned for completing tracks, earning medals, completing contracts, and defeating challengers. Fame is also earned for every ranked multiplayer match completed.

When enough Fame is earned to level up, players are awarded a Gear Crate containing customization items that they can use to take their customizations even further. There is no limit on how many times you can level up, so you can keep earning Fame and leveling up indefinitely.

Trials Coins

Trials Coins will be the primary currency players will earn and use as they play through Trials Rising. In previous Trials games, coins have only been used to purchase gear for the bike and rider and as a result, many players ended up with an abundance of currency and nothing to spend it on. For Trials Rising, we tried to come up with a wider variety of ways to utilize Trials Coins so they remain valuable much longer than they have in the past.

In the Gear Store, Trials Coins will be used to purchase items for your bike or Rider as well as customizations created by other players. In the case of customizations, the price will be based on the combined value of the stickers used to create it and a portion of that sale will go to the creator. This gives not only a new way to spend coins, but also a new way to earn them.

Each time you purchase a customization in the gear store that customization will come with the item it was created on. If that item is not already in your inventory, the price on the Gear Store will include its cost. Once an item is in your inventory the cost for additional customizations will only include the price of the customization in Trials Coins.

In the sticker shop Trials Coins will be used to get more stickers to use on the bike and Rider. Some animations and poses for the Rider can be purchased with Trials Coins. Certain special bikes like the Helium BMX bike will require Coins to unlock. Trials Coins can also be used to purchase additional Gear Crates or to re-roll a crate after it’s been opened.

In addition to giving a variety of ways to spend Coins, we’ve also created a variety of ways to earn them. In career mode Trials Coins are earned for many of the same tasks that reward Fame, including completing tracks, earning medals, completing contracts, and defeating challengers. Also, as previously mentioned, creators can earn some coins when other players download their shared customizations from the Gear Store as well as when their custom tracks get upvoted on Track Central.


Returning in Trials Rising are Acorns, a premium currency that can be used to purchase premium cosmetic items as well as some post-launch content. In the Gear Store Acorns can be used to buy legendary gear, legendary animations and poses, as well as special and seasonal bundles of customization items. Additional content available for Acorns is in the works for post launch. Stay tuned to see what else we have in store.

There are many opportunities throughout Trials Rising to earn Acorns in-game. Finding hidden collectables in Trials Rising tracks and completing specific contracts will reward Acorns and additional ways to earn them are being considered for introduction after launch. Acorns are also available for purchase from the store of each platform Trials Rising is available on.

Gear Crates

Gear Crates are a new progression reward introduced in Trials Rising. These Crates include customization items, stickers or poses/animations. Nothing in them affects gameplay, it’s all cosmetic. Gear Crates in Trials Rising are only used as a reward for progression. It is possible to purchase additional crates with the Trials Coins you earn via gameplay but they are not sold for Acorns. Using crates as a progression reward provides us with a lot of flexibility to add to and change the rewards players get throughout the game. Since the rewards for leveling up will not be the same for everyone, Gear Crates also bring greater diversity to the looks of the opponents players will face across all of Trials Rising’s game modes.

The items available in Gear Crates will change regularly to keep the rewards fresh but everything that can be gained via Crates is also available for individual purchase through the Gear Store. If there’s a certain helmet a rider can’t live without, they can head over to the Gear Store and add it to their inventory. What Trials Rising’s Gear Crates will provide is an opportunity to boost up a rider’s inventory of bike & rider gear without spending their in-game earnings. There is even a chance to receive Legendary items that would otherwise only be available for Acorns.

Thank you so much for coming along our journey in our Trials Rising Dev Diaries. We will have another one coming soon, so keep your eyes open. To keep up to date on all things Trials Rising be sure to connect with us on your social media platform of choice Twitch, YouTube, forums, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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About This Game

Explore over-the-top action and physics-bending motorcycle racing in the latest opus of the Trials franchise. All new features, more competitions and more tracks means new challenges.

Ride challenging tracks around the world – from the Great Wall of China and New York City to the Eiffel Tower and everywhere in between.

With the new hilarious Tandem Bike, get your friends and try to control one bike with two riders.

From your local backyard to worldwide stadiums, defeat all your opponents online and rise to glory.

Create and share unique levels in Track Central using over 10 000 items available. Possibilities are endless - and so is the fun.

System Requirements

    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: Windows 7/10 (64 bit only)
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-2400, AMD FX-4100
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti or AMD Radeon HD 7770
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 23 GB available space
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: Windows 7/10 (64 bit only)
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 3470, AMD FX 6100
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon R9 270X
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 23 GB available space

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