Urban Trial Freestyle is coming to the 3DS this month

by: Russell -
Earlier this year Urban Trial Freestyle made its way to the PS3 and PS Vita to decent reviews.  To those of you who would like to give the game a try but don't own either system, you'll soon have that chance...if you have a 3DS as Urban Trial Freestyle hits the 3DS eShop on June 27th.  The game will feature more than forty-five levels within five cityscapes, three single player modes and multiplayer, as well as a track editor.  If you're looking for some freestyling in 3D, you'll get your chance in a little over two weeks.

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Urban Trial Freestyle™ Revving Up for Nintendo 3DS™

Motorbike Stunt Racing with Exclusive Track Editor

Paris, France – June 6th 2013
After reaching pole position for game sales in SCEA’s PlayStation®Store Chart, Tate Multimedia’s critically acclaimed Urban Trial Freestyle is now revving up for Nintendo 3DS system.  Confirmed for June 27th release on Nintendo 3DS in Europe and North America via Nintendo eShop, Urban Trial Freestyle marks the debut of a Trials title on the console.

 Urban Trial Freestyle offers gamers real-life inspired motorbike stunt and racing action, all taking place on the game’s awesome tracks set across 45+ levels within five diverse cityscapes.  The freestyle action continues beyond the tracks, as the game also includes 64 Custom Bike Configurations enabling players to customize their Body, Engine and Wheels options.

Urban Trial Freestyle on Nintendo 3DS will also feature the highly anticipated Track Editor as a console exclusive, allowing players to create their own levels with unlimited possibilities.

More about the game:
Urban Trial Freestyle includes three single player modes: Time Attack, Challenge and Stunt Mode which tests players’ performance skills for mastering special stunts such as the Highest and Longest Jump, Biggest Flip, Precise Aiming and Speed Check. 

Players can challenge friends via a multiplayer asynchronous ghost mode and via leader boards.

Time Check missions, Environmental Objects and Advanced Physics and Dynamic Animations immerse players in all of the action.  As players progress, new tracks are unlocked and custom motorbike parts, trophies and rider outfits become available.

Urban Trial Freestyle has been greatly influenced by the support of Julien Dupont, the “godfather of urban trial freestyle.” Julien Dupont is known around the world for his unique street style and technique, mashing down barriers and setting new records.

For more information on Urban Trial Freestyle please visit www.urbantrialfreestyle.com or join the revolution on http://www.facebook.com/UrbanTrialFreestyle

 

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About TATE MULTIMEDIA S.A:
TATE MULTIMEDIA S.A is a French-Polish publisher established in 2000, specializing in creating high quality games covering all forms of medias such as F2P/PC/Browser/Mobile/Tablets as well as games on consoles with major console manufacturers for worldwide publishing and distribution.

Tate Multimedia has two main development studios: Tate interactive and Strangelands. Based in Poland, Tate Interactive is an approved developer worldwide for all existing leading consoles, including SONY PS3, Vita, Microsoft XBOX 360, Wii-U™ and Nintendo 3DS.   Strangelands, based in the U.K, develops games on IOS, Android, Tablets, Mobile, and other type of handheld devices. 

For more information on TATE MULTIMEDIA SA, please visit http://www.tatemultimedia.com.

© and published 2013 by Tate Multimedia S.A. Developed by Strangelands. Designed by Tate Interactive and powered by Strangelands. All rights reserved. Urban Trial Freestyle logo is a registered trademark of Tate Multimedia S.A.
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