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Redlynx Trials 2 gets a beefy update

Tracks, voices, graphics, languages.

Eurogamer motorbike favourite RedLynx Trials 2: Second Edition has roared out of the garage with lots of new bits on.

There's 14 additional tracks, for starters, plus team-chat channels and European language support. Dialects can also separate off into channels, so Slovakians can go and bicker in Slovakian if needs be.

Voice-overs by real-life stunt bike maniacs Brandon DiCamillo, Art Webb and Rake Yohn have been added - not that we needed to hear more than our own strangled screams of perfectionist-frustration.

Optimisation has also been looked at, particularly on the lower-end machines and laptops, which can now use a new graphics mode boasting luxuries such as smooth edges and dynamic lighting.

RedLynx has upped the top end of the graphics spectrum, too. And, bizarrely, added triple-screen support for resolutions of 5040 x 1050.

The update, incidentally, will be automatically applied when Trials 2 starts.

RedLynx Trials 2: Second Edition is a wonderfully compulsive side-scrolling stunt-bike game, where the aim is to get from left to right (start to finish) as quickly - and with as few faults - as possible.

Head to our RedLynx Trials 2: Second Edition review to find out more.