2018 Racing Games

Urban Trial Playground Goes Physical

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Remember about a month ago when Urban Trial Playground was released digitally for Nintendo Switch? Do you prefer physical releases? Then good news, everyone….

As of today, Urban Trial Playground is purchasable in physical form. The catch is that you’ll have to buy it online if you live in the US. For some reason Tate Multimedia elected to print and ship the game everywhere except America. But since the Switch is region-free, and the list of nations includes English-speaking nations like the UK and Australia….there’s absolutely no difference. You just have to have the game shipped to you.

Urban Trial Playground is set on the beaches of California, where every surface is a chance to perform another wild stunt to rack up bonus points. The game contains several modes of gameplay, like the ones listed below:

Freestyle & Time Trial modes will be available and include online leaderboards across the  50+ game levels where players can grind their scores and rise to the top. Challenge yourself in Ghost mode, watch your best runs and try to beat them by perfecting different and faster routes or performing even crazier tricks.

Take advantage of the Nintendo Switch’s build – in multiplayer functionality and race against friends or family in couch based competitive modes with 2 players split screen play in Time Trial or Tag modes.

“We have worked closely with Nintendo over the last few years and found great success on their industry defining consoles, both digitally and at retail,” says Joseph Debecki, a producer at Tate Multimedia. “We are very excited to continue to bring the Urban Trial games exclusively for their platforms and be part of the incredibly successful first year of Nintendo Switch.”

However you choose to pick up the game, it’s available in all formats now.

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