trials rising sixty six

If it’s over the top action and the chance to test your bike handling skills to the highest degree that you’re after, then Trials Rising is the game for you. And from today you can get the chance to do all that down one of the most famous roads in the world, with the Trials Rising Sixty-Six DLC.

Available to purchase and add to your Trials Rising game right now is the Trials Rising Sixty-Six content, pushing over the chance to cruise – and crash – your way through the US… more specifically along the iconic Route 66.

Giving gamers the opportunity to be wowed at the wonders of the world is what Trials Rising is all about, and whilst the base game has gone done reasonable well – make sure you check out our review if you haven’t already – the promise of multiple DLC packs just makes the whole experience that little bit more enticing.

So that is where we are today, with the launch of Trials Rising Sixty-Six. Priced up at £6.39 and available to grab from your local digital store, this little bit of content drops us onto Route 66 before getting us to show off our bike skills like never before. Inspired by the favourite pastimes of our American friends, this content pack will include plenty of DLC items, such as a Football Helmet, Shirt, Pants & Cleats, alongside the addition of new tracks and contracts.

Sixty-Six is however included in the Trials Rising Digital Gold Edition, or via the Expansion Pass, with those dipping the extra cash also being treated to further Samurai and Stuntman packs. If you have those in your library already then you will be good to go with the Sixty-Six content.

Will you be found spending more time in the latest Trials title now that the chance to hit Route 66 is here? Let us know your thoughts and comments by posting in the section down below

DLC Description:

In Trials® Rising Sixty-Six, cruise and crash across the US along the famous Route 66 to experience the splendor that is the Land of Opportunity!

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