Trackmania’s Fall Campaign starts 1st October, adds 25 free tracks and improved ice driving 

Ross McGregor
Trackmania’s 2023 Fall Campaign update is set to drop on the 1st of October, with 25 new tracks, apparently including an icy bobsled-inspired circuit.
Trackmania’s Fall Season starts 1st October, adds 25 free tracks and improved ice driving 

Ubisoft Nadeo’s Trackmania continues its regular, quarterly DLC cycle as the game’s 2023 Fall Campaign gets underway on Sunday the 1st of October. 

The new update is set to add 25 new tracks to the manic racing game, playable across both single and multiplayer modes, with an additional eight Tracks of the Day available to try for free until the 8th of October. 

A new Prestige skin will also be eligible to be unlocked, with bronze, silver, gold and author-based variants, with up to 100 new medals to be earned.

The Fall Campaign arrives off the back of Trackmania’s latest tie-in with sporty Spanish car manufacturer Cupra, where a futuristic 24 Hours of Le Mans circuit with a Cupra-inspired twist was added to the game.

The Fall Campaign trailer revealed a couple of interesting details too, with ice driving looking like it’s received a revamp. An icy bobsled-themed track appears to be coming to the next update, replete with insane reverse-sliding turns, giving Trackmania fans something to look forward to.

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Trackmania is also set to have bespoke splash screens added while players browse the game’s menus. These are designed to promote new Trackmania content but players with Standard or Club-level subscriptions can turn them off via the settings menu. 

Trackmania’s 25 new circuits are available to use from the 1st of October in across all game modes, including Ranked 3v3, and will arrive alongside bug fixes and other minor improvements to PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and Amazon Luna.

Are you looking forward to Trackmania’s Fall Campaign update? Let us know in the comments below. 

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