Being the first Trials game on iOS and Android isn't Frontier's only departure for RedLynx, as the game is also set in a futuristic wild-west environment "after the fall of the Trials Fusion universe." Players unlock small villages that are all that remain of civilization in Frontier as well as new motorcycles, characters and upgrades for their bikes. Those that connect the game with Trials Fusion will receive bonus gear as well.
Trials Frontier was first announced during publisher Ubisoft's E3 2013 press conference alongside Trials Fusion. Fusion is slated to launch April 16 on PC and entered a closed beta phase late last week.
Trials Frontier (03/24/2014)
London, UK – March 24, 2014 – Today, Ubisoft announced that Trials Frontier, an upcoming free-to-play mobile title from RedLynx and its best-selling and award-winning Trials series, will be available on iOS devices on April 10 and on Android devices at a later date. Trials Frontier is the series' first appearance on mobile devices, bringing tricks, flips and competition on the go.
Set in a future wild-west like environment, after the fall of the Trials Fusion universe, civilization has sputtered out and humanity has fallen back into a pattern of small, isolated villages which players will unlock as they progress through the game. Players will race and perform tricks amongst the ruins of the past, to discover quirky characters, a wild story and parts and blueprints to upgrade, customize and unlock new bikes. By connecting with Trials Fusion, an upcoming downloadable console and PC title, players will gain access to bonus rider gear.
Players can challenge friends to races across the extensive Trials Frontier world with in-game social features that will allow players to track friends' progress across the Leader Boards and share their favorite moments through social networks.
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