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Trials Evolution: Gold Edition comes back to PC next year


10:45 AM on 09.06.2012



Ubisoft today announced Trials Evolution: Gold Edition, a return to PC. They call this the definitive edition of the hit XBLA game Trials Evolution as it contains all the original content plus new optimizations and enhancements for the PC. Gold Edition also includes everything from predecessor, Trials HD, making it twice as big as Evolution. Expect 120 tracks, skill games and multiplayer levels in the game overall. 

Trials Evolution: Gold Edition is currently in development, scheduled for a 2013 release. 








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