Trials Fusion gets online multiplayer in 2015, beta available now on PC

Trials Fusion will allow friends to crash together next year with a free update that adds online multiplayer. PC players can get a glimpse of what to expect with a free beta out now.


As much fun as it is to ride out, crash horribly, and eat dirt in hilarious fashion in Trials Fusion, that's the kind of activity that's best shared with friends. You know, so you can point and laugh at them as they ride out, crash horribly, and eat dirt. With that said, Ubisoft has announced that Trials Fusion will be getting online multiplayer next year as a free update.

Online multiplayer will be supported for up to eight riders on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, while the Xbox 360 will get support for four players. New modes will see players compete in Online X-Supercross (in which the best score after three random tracks wins) and Private Game sessions with or without spectators. The latter will see the spectators select the tracks for the eight competing players, which can be broadcast on platforms like Twitch.

Those that can't wait for the early 2015 deployment of this new feature may not necessarily have to. PC users can check out the online multiplayer beta right now.

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