At least there's more than enough to keep you busy. Along with multiple single player missions to complete, Trials Fusion comes with a robust community feature, built around "ghost" riders and a track editor. "Ghosts" are automatically captured during runs, showing how you compare with other racers in real time. Meanwhile, track editors let you build your own devious creations, although it'll take a good amount of time to do so. Once finished, you can upload your tracks for others to try out, while also downloading available offerings from both community members and RedLynx/Ubisoft. It's massive, and will keep players coming back for more. Multiplayer gets the short end of the stick this time around, though. It's still here, but is limited to offline only at the moment. Still, it doesn't hurt to breeze through a few local races, especially if you need a break from that one nefarious level you just can't beat. As far as presentation goes, Trials Fusion is easily ahead of the pack. The backgrounds are imaginative, ranging from medieval surroundings to high-tech laboratories, where the track is literally built right in front of you as you coast along it. The commentary is interesting to say the least, ranging from quick (albeit useless) tips by a friendly female cohort to bizarre warnings about what's ahead in your current race. It can be hilarious at times, but it almost seems like RedLynx tried a bit too hard in this department. At least there's some personality.
There are plenty of opportunities to go crazy in Fusion
If you managed to endure Trials HD and Trials Evolution and want more where that came from, Trials Fusion will certainly sate your appetite for a next-gen entry. Although the XP system isn't what it could've been, and the new tricks take some getting used to, the community features promise to keep gamers entertained for a long time. 
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This review is based upon PS4 review code provided by the publisher. Trials Fusion is now available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox 360, and will release this summer for PC. The game is rated E10.