Medieval Motor Mayhem Comes to Trials Rising Season 2

By Rebecca Smith,
Rainbow Six Siege isn't the only Ubisoft title to be starting a new season of content imminently, with Trials Rising entering its second season with new tracks, a new bike, new customisation items, and a new seasonal multiplayer reward.

Themed around Medieval Motor Mayhem, players can head to the Renaissance Faire to take on five new medieval-themed tracks, as well as an additional three tracks centred around a concept from Trials HD. There's also a new "bike" to use on select tracks: ye olde Shopping Cart. Not only will you need to get to the end of the tracks with this rather unwieldy vehicle, you'll need to stop the rider from falling out too.

Season 2 also adds a new seasonal reward for those who enjoy ranked multiplayer. As you work your way though the divisions, you'll get parts of the Golden Ronin outfit. Collect it all and you'll get the suit at the end of the season. If you're not good enough to complete the outfit, you can instead concentrate on the rest of the customisation items that players receive as multiplayer rewards. There are two rider and bike outfits, Ronin and Knight, as well as four themed headlights, ten themed helmet accessories, and six themed stickers. To show off your new outfits, there are five new loading poses, five new victory animations, and two new loser animations as well.

Later on in the season, the Summer Event will begin in July where players will be rewarded if they collect all of the ice cream cones that will be hidden throughout the game's tracks. Players can purchase a Summer Swimsuit outfit in the store or grab it through event gear crates, and there will also be a themed headlight and eight helmet accessories to collect.

Season 2: Medieval Motor Mayhem is available now.

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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.