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Trials Fusion entering closed beta this week ahead of PC launch

Danny Cowan, @db_cowan
March 20, 2014
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Players who pre-order the Windows PC version of RedLynx's motorcycle stunt sim Trials Fusion can get a head start on the competition in a closed beta test prior to the game's launch next month, publisher Ubisoft announced today.

Starting March 21, players who pre-purchase Trials Fusion at GameStop, Amazon, and other retailers can download a beta version free of charge. Trials Fusion is also slated for release on the PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One, though Ubisoft's beta offer is available exclusively for the upcoming PC release.

Trials Fusion will be priced at $19.99 when it premieres digitally on April 24.

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UBISOFT® ANNOUNCES PC BETA FOR TRIALS FUSION™

Today, Ubisoft® announced that players who pre-purchase Trials Fusion™ for Windows PC on the Uplay™ shop, GameStop, Amazon and other select digital retailers will have access to a closed beta, which will begin on March 21. Trials Fusion will be available digitally on PC for $19.99 on April 24.

Trials Fusion is the highly anticipated sequel to the massively popular platform racer Trials Evolution®. Developed by RedLynx in collaboration with Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Kiev, 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.

The game 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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