Independent Polish developer Tate Multimedia announced that Urban Trial Tricky will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch… soon. There’s no release date set for the game just yet, but some details about the modes, gameplay, and customization were released.
The game is a visually wacky, cartoony take on the physics-based, 2.5D Trials series. Instead of trying to go super serious or attempt to capture a realistic aesthetic like other entries in the series, Tate opted for a more timeless, comical look that fits in perfectly with the Switch’s GPU capabilities, especially the high-saturated lighting with modest use of soft shadows and scaled back material rendering for a minimalist look.
Basically it’s one of those games that will still look good years from now, much like Wind Waker or Breath of the Wild. You can see it in action with the trailer below.
You’ll need to navigate through various levels where you’ll need to complete designated challenges while racking up score by performing a multitude of daring tricks and stunts.
As you can see in the trailer above, the stunt mechanics have been overhauled so that the game is like a cross between SSX Tricky and Uniracers, where you’re performing outlandishly wacky stunts on the bike while attempting to complete these bombastic, colorful levels.
You’ll have access to a wide host of tricks, including freestyle, breakdown, and FMX moves to mix and match and create your own style, along with unlocking new costumes and liveries for your character and bike.
There are over 30 levels in the game, three single-player modes, leaderboards, and more.
As mentioned at the top of the article, there’s no release date set for Urban Trial Tricky, but it is coming soon to Nintendo’s little hybrid that could. You can learn more about the game by visiting the official Tate Multimedia website.