20 Trials community members, including a YouTuber who taught people how to better play the game, have apparently spent two years as paid employees, helping to work on Trials Rising.
Looking at the trailer, you can be sure that this game will definitely require a lot of mastery over the game's controls.
Fans can sign up for the Trials Rising beta by visiting the official website.
"Experience the excitement of motocross racing as you take on your competition on insane tracks around the world and explore the limitless content from the trials community." the announcement trailer blurb reads. Sponsors such as Fox Racing Gear, KTM and RedLynx are always on the lookout for new talent and will offer contracts to complete special challenges. You'll also have the the freedom to customise and share any outfit or bike skin they want. Moreover, Trials Track Editor is back and bigger than ever, Ubisoft promises. The Beta testing will be happening later this year.
The new Trials installment features both on and offline multiplayer, new tracks set in real-world locations, and an online leaderboard.