E3 2016: So Trials And Blood Dragon Had A Baby


Nothing is better than getting that 8-bit vibe from a fresh new release. Today at E3 2016, Ubisoft gave us those feels with the announcement and release (yes it is available RIGHT NOW) of Trials of the Blood Dragon.

Combining the thrill of the Trials series with the neon world of Blood Dragon, you’ll need to overcome death defying feats of gravity and challenging physics-based gameplay. If this is the kind of action you’ve been craving, $14.99 will settle that appetite for you.

Checkout the E3 2016 reveal trailer here.


Read the details of the press release below.

LOS ANGELES – June 13, 2016 – Today, during Ubisoft’s E3 press conference, Ubisoft announced that Trials of the Blood Dragon, the follow-up to the successful Trials series, is now available for download worldwide on Xbox One, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and Windows PC. Trials of the Blood Dragon is an explosive single player experience with a wicked combination of the Trials series’ renowned, competitive, physics-based gameplay and unique, neon-drenched Blood Dragon attitude. Trials of the Blood Dragon is available for an MSRP of $14.99 and is rated T for Teen.

Trials of the Blood Dragon expands the notorious motocross platforming gameplay of Trials into a full narrative-driven adventure. Players will journey through 30 missions spanning seven different worlds, from Vietnam War 4 to Space and even Hell.

Traversing through these unique worlds, players will be using a range of gravity-defying vehicles, weapons and tools from bikes to jetpacks; plasma rifle and CD launcher; and a grappling hook to get over and through anything they need to. With Trials of the Blood Dragon, there are also narrative-driven objectives supported by a colorful cast of characters along the journey.

Additionally, players will be able to race against each other on asynchronous multiplayer leader-boards for the extra competitive edge. Completing the experience is the game’s soundtrack, composed by Power Glove that players can unlock over the course of the game.

Written by Ben Palmer

Ben Palmer

An avid video game enthusiast who loves collector’s editions, retro gaming & the history of this great hobby.

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