Here's a better look at Trials Frontier - destructoid

Here's a better look at Trials Frontier

9:30 AM on 09.10.2013

Trials for smartphones and tablets

Trials Frontier was announced during Ubisoft's E3 press conference and here's our first real look at the game. Surprise, it looks like a Trials game. This one has a wild west setting thing going on, which is kind of funny given that you're riding around on a dirt bike.

You can expect to take on other players via asynchronous and time-limited global modes, you can customize your bike and rider, and you'll be able to connect to Trials Fusion to unlock things whenever that's released for next-gen platforms.

No exact date was given, but this will be using the freemium model so expect to download it for free. Yay free!

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