Ubisoft's 'Trials Of The Blood Dragon' Combines 'Trials' And 'Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon'

By Mark Jason Alcala , Updated Jun 14, 2016 09:47 AM EDT

What happens if someone decides to combine two games like "Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon" and "Trials?" Well, Ubisoft just did and the result is a spectacular game called "Trials of the Blood Dragon."

Ubisoft and RedLynx recently announced that the "Trials of the Blood Dragon" is now out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, reports Game Spot. The developers made the announcement during the recent Ubisoft E3 event.

The game's theme adopts "Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon" elements such as its playful and comedic feel with its 1980's touch. However, it uses the bike-on-platform gameplay of the "Trials" games.

What to Expect From "Trials of the Blood Dragon"

Nobody has really tried it yet but based on the recently released trailer by Ubisoft and the scant description available, it appears that the game would introduce players to a lot of spectacular bike stunts mixed with a lot of run-and-gun missions, reports VG 24/7.

There are a lot of things to get busy in the game. The "Trials of the Blood Dragon" is said to contain 30 missions in 7 different worlds. The game's storyline is set 12 years after the "Far Cry: Blood Dragon" game.

There are plenty of rides waiting for players as well. Aside from the usual motorbike, players may also opt for an 8-wheel tank, a mine cart, a jetpack, a Turbo Flip R/C or even go on foot in the "Trials of the Blood Dragon." This mobility options are needed to battle incoming aliens, cyborgs and even massive ancient dragon balls.

"Trials of the Blood Dragon" trailer

Incidentally, Ubisoft also recently released a trailer for the new game. Just watching the "Trials of the Blood Dragon" trailer would definitely give viewers the impression that it is both fun and funny at the same time. The game's comedic elements are greatly highlighted by the 1980s action movie inspired theme that the game's developers decided to adapt.

How Much does "Trials of the Blood Dragon" Cost?

The new game is now available on Uplay and Steam for $14.99. Most gamers would be able to play the "Trials of the Blood Dragon" because it can be played for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

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