Trials Evolution: Gold Edition coming to PC on March 21

Entire Trials franchise also passes the found million units sold milestone

Ubisoft will be releasing Trials Evolution: Gold Edition for PC in both digital and retail channels on March 21.

Developed by Ubisoft Shanghai under the supervision of RedLynx, the developers of the original Trials games, the physics based motocross title is making the jump to PC in what Ubisoft characterises as the “definitive PC edition.”

The PC version will include the PC enhanced Trials Evolution and all of the Trials HD tracks from the original game, recreated using Trials Evolution’s graphics and physics engine.

Key Trials features such as global leader boards, local and online four player multiplayer, track editor, bike and rider customisations, and 129 tracks spanning indoor and outdoor environments make the transition to PC.

The Trials series started out with 2008’s Trials 2 SE for the PC before developer RedLynx moved the franchise to Xbox 360 on Xbox Live Arcade with Trials Evolution and Trials HD.

Ubisoft has announced that the Trials games have sold over four million units in total. Official trailer for Trials Evolution: Gold Edition can be found below:

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Patrick Budmar

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