Trails Rising February Update Patch Notes Add Multiplayer Track Testing

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Trials Rising may not be one of the bigger games from Ubisoft, but it doesn’t mean that it will be forgotten. The game is continuously supported with a Season-like format similar to Rainbow Six Siege and For Honor. Multiple patches are also released from time to time to add new features and fix existing bugs. The latest of these patches is the Trials Rising February Patch, which was released today.

The patch fixes several bugs and introduces one of the highest requested features. From now on, Track Builders can add their unshared UGC track into private multiplayer lobbies to “beta” test them with friends. Those tracks can then be shared to Track Central. The update also adds new Jack Pattillo and Gavin Free lines to the selection of rider voices.

Read the complete patch notes on the official site or below:

Trials Rising February Patch Notes

Private Multiplayer

  • [PC, PS4, XB1] Added the ability to use unshared UGC in a private multiplayer lobby*


  • [All Platforms] Updates for season 5 content
  • [All Platforms] Jack Pattillo and Gavin Free voice overs added to the selection of rider voices

Ubisoft Club

  • [All Platforms] New weekly challenges for various Fun Bikes
  • [All Platforms] Fixed a bug that caused the “Why So Easy” challenge to not track progress
  • [All Platforms] Fixed an issue that could cause the game to not load if Ubisoft Club was undergoing maintenance

Track Central

  • [All Platforms] Improvements to back-end tools that manage Track Central feeds

World Map

  • [PC] Fixed a bug that displayed the wrong bike names when scrolling through filters with a mouse

Bundle Store

  • [All Platforms] Fixed a bug that failed to update item previews when browsing bundles

Offline Play

  • [All Platforms] Fixed an issue that could cause players to lose Gear Crates, Acorns or Coins that were earned while playing offline


  • [All Platforms] Burnout contract on the track Cadillac Rancher is reset for players who accessed it before the fault limit was changed from 0 to 5

So what do you think? Are you interested in the latest patch? What more features do you want in Trials Rising? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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