Ubisoft has launched Trials Rising’s second expansion, Crash & Sunburn, and a new season, Welcome to the Future, bringing us two new track packs, customization items, and a Halloween-themed event.

Starting today, players will also be able to discover a sneak peek of Trials Rising for free on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and, Nintendo Switch.

Crash & Sunburn brings players on a journey below the equator to traverse the Amazon rainforest, admire Incan ruins, go on a safari and discover Antarctica. With 37 new tracks set across South America, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica. There also two new fun bikes, players will also be able to obtain the new Jungle Explorer outfit, perfect for any adventure in the Southern Hemisphere.

Season 3, Welcome to the Future, brings new customization items for riders and bikes. These new items will be released regularly throughout the season including two new rider outfits, the Cyborg and the Space Suit. The outfits will also be accompanied by two new bikes skins, the Robo skin for the Mantis and the Space Rover skin for the Rhino. In addition to these outfits and skins, Season 3 will also bring 3 futuristic style headlights and 10 new helmet accessories.

With October drawing near, a seasonal event will bring Halloween flair to Trials Rising in the form of spooky customization items available in the gear store or from Halloween event crates. Riders can also seek out the Jack-o’-lanterns hidden across various tracks to unlock an exclusive helmet.

Trials Rising is out now for Xbox One, PS4, Switch, PC and Uplay+. Crash & Sunburn, the second expansion, is now available for standalone purchase for 12 euros, and is also available as part of the Expansion Pass for 20 euros or a UPLAY+ subscription. For those that own the game yet, you can try out a demo game yourself.

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