And that includes Nintendo Switch.
From today through August 7, players can get their hands on brand-new, and returning, skins.
I just need to point out the game still doesn't have any public gameplay.
Packing in Assassin's Creed III and all its original solo DLC, as well as Assassin's Creed Liberation Remastered, the Nintendo Switch version adds motion-control aiming, a HUD optimized for the handheld screen, a touchscreen interface, and HD rumble.
The update arrives alongside the launch of the PC version and new paid content, which includes new pilots, starships, weapons, and – on Nintendo Switch – new Star Fox content.
I didn't include the PC version stuff but you can find it on Ubisoft's website if that's also your thing.
Ubisoft is a French conglomerate after all. And though mostly in English, this is a French website.
Trials Rising Sixty-Six is now available, giving Trials players who have completed League 3 in the base game an opportunity to cruise Route 66 and experience all of the new content in the expansion.
All four skins will be available for purchase after the event ends.
Four characters from the upcoming film – Hellboy, Nimue, Gruagach, and Ben Daimio – are set to join the deep and varied roster of Legends in the free-to-play platform fighter this April.
This competition will run through the end of May; during that time, new customization items will become available through Gear Crates and in the Gear Store.
Packing new customization options to unlock for your rider and bikes, Trials Rising also adds the ability to share your custom gear and skins with the community, and earn in-game rewards when other players use them.
That's two months after its launch on other platforms.
And the most played Legends are...
Right before the game launches.
The Trials Rising post-launch content plan includes the paid Trials Rising Expansion Pass, as well as free Events and Seasons to ensure riders have new tracks to master and new challenges to take on.
So a Just Dance movie is coming.