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Trials Rising grows with a Crash & Sunburn

The Trials series has a hardcore fanbase and I consider myself among those. The motorbike-based franchise is part racer, part physics puzzler, all with an uncanny knack of being able to produce high levels of frustration. While the latest entry in the series, Trials Rising, is not it’s greatest, it is still a really good game. Well, if you are a Trials fan you’ll be pleased to know that the latest expansion for the game is now available.

Following up on the Sixty-Six expansion back in April, the team at Red Lynx are back with the Crash & Sunburn pack. It is now available for $11.99 or as part of the expansion pass (which is available separately or as part of the Gold Edition of Trials Rising). This new expansion takes gamers south of the equator to the jungle-covered mountains of Peru and the icy plains of Antarctica. As well as new locations the Crash & Sunburn pack adds two new bikes.

Here’s the trailer for the expansion as well as the official description –

Trials® Rising Crash and Sunburn takes you below the equator to see the wonders of the Southern Hemisphere. Ride your way through mountains, jungles, and more! Also, race two all-new bikes that introduce new gameplay possibilities and challenges.
Experience awesome riding with two all-new bikes that introduce new gameplay possibilities and challenges.
Race through the epic jungle-covered mountains of Peru and enjoy the tropic thrills of the region!
Have a cool ride as you race the icy region of Antarctica!

Steve Clist
Joint Editor-in-Chief at our sister site XboxEnthusiast, Steve also has a serious love for Nintendo. His first console was an N64 and it was love at first sight. He may specialise in racing games but will give anything a shot. He's also a serious guitar player and musician. Basically, Steve rocks. Need we say more?

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