Trials Fusion

PS4, XBOX ONE, PC, XB360 / Racing / Release: Apr 16, 2014 / ESRB: E10+

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Trials Fusion review: ride along

Trials Fusion review: ride along

The Trials games have to find the perfect amount of frustration to entice gamers. Levels need to be challenging enough to have gamers say "just one more time," without having them burst a blood vessel. When you finally nail a level, it's incredibly liberating, whetting your appetite for more.

Developer RedLynx captured that sensation with both Trials HD and Trials Evolution. With Trials Fusion, they're able to maintain the status quo. While the game adds a few new features, the latest entry in the series is still all about staying on your wheels and finishing the race.

Read more: Ride onward and upward »

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Trials Fusion day one patch ups Xbox One resolution to 900p

Trials Fusion day one patch ups Xbox One resolution to 900p

Trials Fusion is riding onto consoles later this week, bringing biking action onto the next generation of consoles for the first time. For Xbox One owners, bike wrecks and horrific ATV accidents are about to look a little better, thanks to a day one patch that's set to increase the game's resolution.

Read more: 60fps across all versions »

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Trials Fusion trailer embraces competition

Trials Fusion trailer embraces competition

Ubisoft and RedLynx released the first of their Trials doubleheader earlier this week with Trials Frontier hitting iOS. Next up is the PC/console big brother, Trials Fusion, with a new trailer showing its key component in action: ruthless competition.

Watch: Four-player mayhem »

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Trials Fusion gets safety PSAs from Erik Estrada

Trials Fusion gets safety PSAs from Erik Estrada

Ubisoft is putting some marketing muscle behind Trials Fusion, but invoking the other most famous motorbike-related media happening of the last few decades. Erik Estrada, best known for playing Ponch in the 1970s TV series CHiPs, has taken to an extremely similar role in a new series of videos for the upcoming bike-trick game.

Watch: Safety tips from Officer Ray »

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Trials Fusion trailer gets tricky on FMX tracks

Trials Fusion trailer gets tricky on FMX tracks

RedLynx has already shown some of the tricks that Trials Fusion has up its sleeve. But now it's time to take to your bike for some Freestyle Motorcross action. The latest Fusion trailer reveals some of the keen tricks you'll be able to pull off atop your FMX racer, while also showing some hilarious hits, because nothing's funnier than multiple compound fractures.

Watch: Motorized mayhem »

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Trials Fusion coming April 24, PC closed beta starts tomorrow

Trials Fusion coming April 24, PC closed beta starts tomorrow

Trials Fusion will be running a closed beta starting tomorrow, Ubisoft announced today. You can gain access to the game by pre-ordering the PC version through various retailers including Uplay, GameStop, Amazon, and others.

Read more: Releasing on April 24 »

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Trials Fusion first gameplay trailer reveals tricks

Trials Fusion first gameplay trailer reveals tricks

Evidently RedLynx didn't think its Trials series was difficult enough, as the first gameplay trailer for Trials Fusion shows it's introducing tricks. Intentional tricks, that is--beyond losing control of your bike in an absurd and hilarious way. The trailer also confirms an April 16 launch for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox 360.

Watch: Terrifying accidents in the first trailer »

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Trials getting next-gen and mobile games, Fusion and Frontier

Trials getting next-gen and mobile games, Fusion and Frontier

Today at its E3 press conference, Ubisoft introduced not one but two new Trials games. Trials Fusion is a sci-fi themed game in which you'll trick through a futuristic cityscape, while Trials Frontier is a game with more rustic charms. As you might expect, Fusion is for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox 360, while Trials Frontier is a mobile game. Both will be available in 2014.

Watch: Two Trials games revealed »

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