E3 2011: Trials Evolution racing next year
RedLynx crafting sequel to 2009's platinum motorcycle racing game; due out next year on Xbox Live Arcade.
LOS ANGELES--The theory of evolution took Charles Darwin time to develop, and similarly, RedLynx is taking time with its next Trials motorcycle racing game, today announcing Trials Evolution for 2012.
RedLynx today announced the new game, a successor to 2009's well-reviewed Trials HD for the Xbox Live Arcade. A sequel to that game comes with little surprise, as HD has sold more than 1 million units to date.
Trials Evolution will ship next year on Xbox Live Arcade. Unfortunately, RedLynx did not offer much in the way of details concerning the new game. However, studio creative director Antti Ilvessuo said, "We listened carefully to all the feedback we received from the previous game and added it to our own vision of what the ultimate Trials game could be."
In other Xbox Live Arcade news, yesterday Microsoft announced the 2011 Summer of Arcade lineup. Beginning July 20, Microsoft will usher in a new wave of downloadable titles, including Bastion, Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, From Dust, Fruit Ninja, and Toy Soldiers: Cold War.
For more on Trials Evolution, check out the game's debut teaser trailer, embedded below.
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