Put on your dancing shoes, as Ubisoft has just released a free demo on the Japanese eShop for Just Dance 2020. Get some practice in before the full game launches in Japan on March 12th, 2020.
Introducing the Tomb Raider Epic Crossover event featuring Lara Croft! This Epic Crossover comes with custom Signature effects, a dedicated Roster spot, and an additional Skin that has its own unique Weapon Skins and lock-in animation. This event also features an animated Podium, new Temple Climb game mode, a permanent addition to Brawlhalla’s custom games, a new FFA map called Temple Ruins, bonus login Gold, and more!
Additionally, we’ve added a couple of new Test Features like adjusting the balance on the Cannon Update, made game improvements, bug fixes, and more.
We already went over the special Anniversary Event for Trials Rising, which kicks off tomorrow. Now we have details on the latest patch, which is now live. Check out the patch notes below.
A new Trials Rising patch will be releasing on Tuesday February 25th. In addition to various fixes as well as updates for season 5, this patch includes a highly requested new feature for track builders. Track builders will now be able to add their unshared UGC tracks into private multiplayer lobbies to test them with friends before they share to Track Central. We’ve also added voice over tracks from notable Achievement Hunters and Trials Files hosts Jack Pattillo & Gavin Free. Find the full change list for our 9th Trials Rising patch below:
[PC, PS4, XB1] Added the ability to use unshared UGC in a private multiplayer lobby*
[All Platforms] Updates for season 5 content
[All Platforms] Jack Pattillo and Gavin Free voice overs added to the selection of rider voices
[All Platforms] New weekly challenges for various Fun Bikes
[All Platforms] Fixed a bug that caused the “Why So Easy” challenge to not track progress
[All Platforms] Fixed an issue that could cause the game to not load if Ubisoft Club was undergoing maintenance
[All Platforms] Improvements to back-end tools that manage Track Central feeds
[PC] Fixed a bug that displayed the wrong bike names when scrolling through filters with a mouse
[All Platforms] Fixed a bug that failed to update item previews when browsing bundles
[All Platforms] Fixed an issue that could cause players to lose Gear Crates, Acorns or Coins that were earned while playing offline
[All Platforms] Burnout contract on the track Cadillac Rancher is reset for players who accessed it before the fault limit was changed from 0 to 5
This Wednesday, February 26th Trials Rising turns 1 year old. To celebrate our first anniversary the Trials team has put together a special Anniversary Event that will take place starting on Wednesday and running through March 9th. This special event will come with some familiar goals as well as some new rewards, let’s see what’s in store.
During the Anniversary Event, all Trials Rising players can redeem the Lynx Helmet for free through the Ubisoft Club as a special thank you from the Trials Rising team. After the event has concluded the helmet will still be available through the Ubisoft Club, redeemable for 30 Club Points.
It wouldn’t be a Trials Rising event without some hidden collectibles to search for. This time around players can seek out the Golden Redlynx Emblem hidden across 10 different tracks on the Trials Rising world map. Collect all 10 emblems to unlock the exclusive Golden Lynx Helmet variant.
Like previous events, there will also be special event Gear Crates players can earn for level ups during the event. In addition to various items from the wide selection of customizations in Trials Rising, these crates could also include 4 new anniversary helmet accessories; Birthday Cake, Birthday Hat, Redlynx Snapback & Lynx Bobblehead.
From all of us on the Trials team, a big thank you for a thrilling year of eating dirt and tasting victory. To all riders and builders, beginners to ninjas, we’re so thankful you’ve chosen to spend some of your gaming time with us this year. Happy Anniversary!
Got room in your house for a life-size statue of Connor Kenway from Assassin's Creed III? If so, this auction from SpecialEffect is right up your alley.
SpecialEffect, a UK-based charity that creates devices that allow people with disabilities to enjoy games, is currently auctioning off the life-size statue seen above. The auction is running until Feb. 23rd, 2020, and 100% of the proceeds are going to the charity. The statue sits over 7 feet tall, and weighs just shy of 200 lbs. If you want to have your chance at bringing this bad boy home, you can check out the auction here.
We don't know why, but Ubisoft seems to have removed multiple Just Dance titles from the Switch eShop. Just Dance 2017, 2018, and 2019 have all vanished without any explanation. Over in Europe, Just Dance 2019 and 2018 are still available, but 2017 is missing. The only game available in both regions is Just Dance 2020.
Today, Ubisoft® announced that Brawlhalla®’s 2020 Valhallentine’s event is available now through February 26. Brawlhalla, a free-to-play platform fighter game with more than 30 million players, is available on PC, the PlayStation®4, the Xbox One family of devices including Xbox One X, and the Nintendo Switch™ system. Brawlhalla also supports cross-platform play, allowing players to play custom games and queue together for all online matchmaking.
The 2020 Valhallentine’s day brings the following content to the game:
Two brand new Skins for 2020 that come with two Weapon Skins each
Choc-Kor-Late, available for 140 Mammoth Coins
Red Romance Volkov, available for 140 Mammoth Coins
Returning Skins from previous events that come with two Weapon Skins each
Demon Bride Hattori, available for 200 Mammoth Coins
Classy Roland, available for 140 Mammoth Coins
Heart of Hathor Mirage, available for 140 Mammoth Coins
Secret Admirer Zariel, available for 140 Mammoth Coins
Date Night Nai, available for 140 Mammoth Coins
Suitor Lucien, available for 140 Mammoth Coins
Lovelaced Ada, available for 140 Mammoth Coins
Heartbreaker Barraza, available for 140 Mammoth Coins
Eternal Love Brynn, available for 140 Mammoth Coins
New Lovestruck Podium for 2020, available for 240 Mammoth Coins
Lovestruck colors available for all Legends, available for 1500 Gold or 10 Mammoth Coins
Cupid’s Bow Weapon Skin, available for 60 Mammoth Coins
XO KO Effect, available for 240 Mammoth Coins
Candy Hearts animated avatar, available for 60 Mammoth Coins
Chocolate Bear’dvar avatar, available for 6000 Gold
Returning color scheme and main menu takeover
Extra gold on log-in
Once purchased, the items will stay in players’ inventories.
Developed by Blue Mammoth, Brawlhalla is an epic free-to-play platform fighting game that brings players to the fight for glory in the halls of Valhalla. Choosing from over 45 unique characters, players can jump into single-player and co-op modes as well as online and local competitions.
Take a look back on the event that crowned our Grand Champion of the Community Competition during the finals on the Ubi Stage at Gamescom 2019!
Last week, we found out that Just Dance 2020 would be launching for the Switch in Japan on March 12th, 2020. While Japanese fans wait to get their hands (and feet) on the game, Ubisoft has put out new trailer showcasing some of the tunes that are included.