Today, Ubisoft announced that Trials Frontier, the free-to-play mobile game from RedLynx and its best-selling and award-winning Trials series, has received its first major update today for iOS platforms, with the Android update due in July. Trials Frontier, the series’ first appearance on mobile devices, has been downloaded more than 12 million times with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars across platform reviews.
Today’s update brings a new mission, Home Sweet Home, as well as 11 new tracks and more customization options, allowing players to create a unique look for their rider and bike. New outfits can be equipped at the new Home Shack while every bike has new paint job options.
Riders have a new way to take the lead with the Banana Time feature. Players can sabotage villains by throwing a banana peel into their path, causing villains to slip and opening up an opportunity for riders to cruise towards victory. The Loot Wheel has also been updated, so players can now win massive amounts of coins, new tracks, outfits, and bike paint jobs.
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Competitive Trials Frontier players now have the option to receive push notifications so they can be notified when friends pass them on the leaderboards, giving them a chance to go back and defend their ranking.
Players can connect with Trials Fusion, available on both consoles and Windows PC, to gain access to bonus rider gear and see what some of the tracks looked like in their prime.