Millions of gamers have experienced Trials Evolution, so it’s no surprise that Ubisoft’s working hard to release its successor, Trials Fusion. The downloadable Trials Fusion will release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on April 16.
Trials Fusion will also release on PC via Steam on the same date. An Xbox 360 version will be available as well, although no PS3 version has been announced. Ubisoft hasn’t announced a version of Trials Fusion for any of Nintendo’s platforms.
Trials Fusion will be available digitally for $19.99 on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4 and on Steam. A physical retail version including a Season Pass will also be made available for $39.99 on Xbox One and PS4 only.
Developed by RedLynx in collaboration with Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Kiev, and designed specifically for the next-gen consoles, Trials Fusion offers players an unlimited array of obstacles and challenges as they race against the clock 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.
If you’re planning to get Trials Fusion on PC, you can pre-order it at Amazon and other select digital retailers to gain access to a closed beta starting now. You’ll get access to 14 tracks and two skill games to test your racing prowess, giving you plenty of time to practice crashing (like you need practice crashing).
The developers will also create leaderboards and challenges so beta players can check-in on their close friends and bitter rivals. They’ll also be working on weekly updates with new content throughout the beta.