The motocross racing game Urban Trial Tricky Deluxe Edition is now available for PC, Xbox consoles and PlayStation 4.
Urban Trial Tricky Deluxe Edition, the freestyle motocross game from Tate Multimedia, inspired by Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, has been released for Windows PC via Steam and GOG.com, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S and PlayStation 4.
The freestyle motocross title captivates players with its easy-to-learn but difficult-to-master gameplay of flipping, twisting and grumbling through more than 30 lively and feature-rich levels. With a wealth of customization options and three single player modes, Urban Trial Tricky Deluxe Edition is the definition of “just one more run”. And with the online leaderboards to compete in, mastering the longest combo chain of high score tricks is the way to FMX fame.
“We are very pleased that we can finally offer PC and console g amers the opportunity to experience the same pleasure that Switch owners have with Tricky,” says Magda Schwarzer, Marketing Manager at Tate Multimedia. “Urban Trial Tricky is a fun, friendly title that can be enjoyed by everyone, regardless of age and skill level, but still offers an exciting challenge for players who want to push the limits of freestyle combos and achieve the highest of all high scores ! “
- You can’t spell freestyle without style: The Urban Trial Tricky Deluxe Edition is all about the expression, the selection of tricks and combos that represent the individual style. But most of all, it’s about stacking the craziest amount of tricks into a combo to amaze friends and show them who is really in charge.
- 60 images FMX per second: With a frame rate as impressive as the epic tricks to pull off, Urban Trial Tricky Deluxe Edition offers a smooth experience for players looking to take their freestyle madness to the extreme.
- Customize the kit: An extensive set of cool accessories and liveries gives players a huge range of options to make their driver look as good as he rips. Did someone say hot dog costume?
- Sometimes it’s hard to be the best: It’s one thing to be better than your sibling or roommate, but to really show off your skills, you have to dominate the online leaderboards.