Trials Evolution has sold more than 1 million copies on Xbox Live, publisher Ubisoft and developer RedLynx have announced. The game was released in April on Microsoft's console and needs to sell an additional 1 million copies if it wishes to reach sales of its predecessor, Trials HD. That game has sold 2 million copies, but notably, that figure includes sales of the game and its two expansion packs.
In addition to announcing sales for Trials Evolution, Ubisoft revealed that the second wave of DLC for the game will be released later this month. The Riders of Doom expansion follows October's Origin of Pain content and will cost $5 at launch.
The Riders of Doom DLC adds 40 new tracks to the game, including a new environment inspired by the end of the world. A new vehicle--the Banshee--will also be up for grabs in the expansion, as well as "hundreds" of new editor objects for the game's level editor.
For more on Trials Evolution, check out GameSpot's review.