Bring the Pain With Trials Evolution [UPDATE]

By Rebecca Smith, 4 years ago
Last month, RedLynx announced the first piece of DLC for Trials Evolution. "Origin of Pain" would bring 36 new tracks, a new BMX mode, new skill games, rider gear and 100 new editor objects to use in custom tracks. Imagine our surprise when publisher Ubisoft announced that the DLC would actually be arriving today with very little warning to go out and grab yourself some points. The DLC adds eight more achievements worth a total of 100G.

Trials Evolution: Origin of Pain is the first DLC for Trials Evolution. Crammed with content and new ways to play, this DLC expands the best-selling Trials franchise with never before seen tricks, sets, and thrills! Get 36 new levels, including 10 all-new Supercross tracks, the BMX dirt bike, tons of new editor objects and abilities, from teleports, guns and vectors to the awesome new grappling hook. In-game progress required for DLC play.


To prepare for the DLC, RedLynx has put together a title update that must be downloaded before accessing the new content. Here's a list of bug fixes and gameplay improvements:

• Fixed several in-game stability issues
• Improved multiplayer performance
• Improved how multiplayer statistics handle disconnected players
• Addressed Supercross camera issues
• Fixed some out-of-sync issues with Replays
• Various Editor stability fixes and tweaks
• Featured Player Track now shown in the Main Menu smile
• "Get User Tracks" added to Single Player menu
• Addressed some Track Central feed performance issues
• Addressed some Player-Created Track Leaderboard Issues
• Various additional fixes
"Origin of Pain" costs 400 MSP. The DLC did eventually arrive at an extremely late hour although it isn't showing in the list of new additions to the site. The DLC can be downloaded from here.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.