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It’s one week and 6 million downloads for Trials Frontier

Ubisoft and RedLynx’ newest Trials game has been a massive success in it’s first week on mobiles.

“We are thrilled with the success Trials Frontier has had in its first week of launch,” said Jean-Michel Detoc, Managing Director of Ubisoft Mobile. “Trials Frontier has the most first week downloads of any Ubisoft mobile title to date, and the thousands of players reviews we received are amazingly positive, an achievement Redlynx and Ubisoft are proud to announce. In order to keep players engaged, we have a robust post-launch content plan including new bikes and multiplayer modes that will allow players to continue exploring and enjoying the world of Trails Frontier.”

Before we get to the post-launch stuff; 6 million downloads is a staggering number. Sure you’re talking about a free-to-play game, but there’s no denying that Trials Frontier is a blockbuster of a title at this point. Launching April 10th on the Apple App Store, TF is currently the number one free app in 75 countries and has seen a total of over 10k App Store reviews from players giving the game an average of 4.6 out of 5.

That’s just monster and a true hit in the realm of the free-to-play that seems like it doesn’t have all that many detractors, an oddity for the game-type. More than likely only serving to plush the game to even higher highs, Ubisoft says that the title will also have a robust post-launch offering slate.

Regular updates with new “bikes, missions and the introduction of infinite multiplayer brawls to keep players competing and racing on the newest bikes” are all on the way for the game. Also of note is that Frontier players can connect to the console title that was just released, Trials Fusion, to access bonus gear and see the Frontier tracks “in their prime”.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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