NewsNintendo Switch

Trials Rising Open Beta Coming To Switch February 21

Trials Rising is getting an open beta, and that includes the Switch version. So many times the Switch misses out on these types of early looks, so it’s great that Ubisoft is including it this go-round. The free open beta takes place from Feb. 21 – 24. The pre-download starts on Feb. 19. This is the perfect opportunity to check out the game for yourself and see if it’s something you want to pick up on Feb. 28 when the retail version hits stores.



Today, Ubisoft announced that Trials Rising Open Beta will take place February 21 to February 24 on PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X, Nintendo SwitchTM and Windows PC, with a pre-download starting February 19. This Open Beta is an invitation for all players to get a taste of the over-the-top action ahead of Trials Rising’s worldwide launch on February 26.

Trials Rising brings the biggest and most compelling sequel of the franchise to date, combining the acclaimed classic gameplay, a fresh new look, more competition and over-the-top action praised by fans, plus all-new features.

During the Open Beta, riders will have access to a special set of features and progression flow, along with Global Multiplayer. This includes:

-18 tracks from easy to extreme, including four University of Trials on-boarding tracks

-Five bikes (Squid, Rhino, Mantis, Helium and the hilarious two-player Tandem bike)

-The exclusive Turbo Bike Exhaust for the Helium Bike, which makes it roar like a real motorbike. All players who unlock the in-game Trials Turbo Bike item during Open Beta will be able to keep it once they purchase the game.

-25 Contracts, Challengers game mode and 8 tracks playable in Online Multiplayer
Customization editor with over 2,000 stickers

For more information about Trials Rising and to register for the Open Beta, please visit:


Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

Join The Conversation!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.