Trials Fusion flips, snowdives, and crashlands onto shelves in April

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Trials Fusion flips, snowdives, and crashlands onto shelves in April

Expect a sharp upturn in broken controllers and smashed screens when Trials Fusion arrives on April 16 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Windows PC. The next entry in RedLynx's absorbingly thorny 2D platform-puzzler/stunt biker series, the first Trials ever on a PlayStation platform, is coming to physical shelves on Xbox One and PS4 in North America, as well as digital storefronts on all platforms.

The downloadable version of Trials Fusion is priced $20, while the physical version is priced $40 and includes a season pass in addition to the game. According to Ubisoft UK, the season pass can be purchased separately for the same price as the game there, which is £16. Ubisoft UK adds that the season pass features six DLC packs that will be released across the span of a year, with each one including a variety of tracks, bike components, and rider gear among other bits and bobs.
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Today, Ubisoft® announced that Trials Fusion™, the highly anticipated sequel to the massively popular platform racer Trials Evolution®, will be available for download on Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft, Steam® for Windows PC and PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system on April 16 in North America.

Trials Fusion will be available digitally for $19.99 on Xbox One and Xbox 360 from the Xbox Live Games Store, on PlayStation®4 system and on Steam® for Windows PC. A physical retail version including a Season Pass will also be made available for $39.99 SRP on Xbox One and PlayStation®4 systems.

In addition, the first gameplay trailer for Trials Fusion is now available. Developed by RedLynx in collaboration with Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Kiev, and designed specifically for the next generation of hardware, Trials Fusion offers players an unlimited array of obstacles and challenges as they race against the clock – with players from around the globe – to set track records.

Trials Fusion builds off the same maddeningly addictive physics-based gameplay of its predecessors while incorporating brand-new features, including the FMX tricks system.

Create tracks that stretch your imagination and skill, and put your friends to the test by sharing online with the bustling Trials Fusion community, made possible by the fan-favorite Editor mode.

Whether players choose to race alone, against friends or in a worldwide tournament, the competition is endless... Just one run is never enough.
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