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Trials Fusion First DLC Detailed, Co-Op Coming Later

Trials Fusion is one of the most entertaining and challenging games of 2014.

It's definitely worth playing, and it'll be even more engrossing if they implement co-op and new areas. During a recent interview posted on the Ubisoft blog, RedLynx creative director Antti Ilvessuo confirmed that a cooperative multiplayer mode is headed to Trials Fusion, which is awesome news.

He added that his team plans to "take the world of Trials Fusion to places that no Trials game has gone before," and that would include crazy courses in the clouds, under the sea, and underground. Ilvessuo gave us the details for the game's first of six DLC packs, too; yep, six, as the developer will continue to support the game until May of next year. The first pack - "Riders of the Rustlands" - will arrive on July 29 and it will boast the following content:

  • 5 new achievements/trophies
  • 10 new tracks
  • 6 classic Trials tracks
  • 2 new Supercross tracks (local multiplayer)
  • One new Skill Game (“Laws of Motion”)
  • One new FMX track (“The Gauntlet”)
  • 18 new Track Challenges

This DLC will be available for $5, or if you already purchased the $20 Season Pass, it will be free.

Related Game(s): Trials Fusion

Tags: trials fusion, trials fusion dlc, trials fusion coop

7/2/2014 9:15:04 PM John Shepard

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