Trials Fusion is the gold-standard platform racer for the next-generation of gaming. Built upon the Trials franchise’s proven gameplay foundations, Fusion challenges players endlessly in both classic and all-new ways.
User reviews: Mixed (752 reviews)
Release Date: Apr 24, 2014

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"A great balancing bike game which has new mechanics such as trick tracks new to the series, not the best in the series and requires UPlay but its good."

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October 7

Trials Fusion DLC #3 Released - Welcome to the Abyss

Welcome to the Abyss! The third DLC for Trials Fusion launches today for PC and all consoles. Welcome to the Abyss is available for all Season Pass holders for free and can be downloaded via in-game or the DLC Steam Store page. For those that do not own a Season Pass, you can of course still purchase it for $19.99 from the Season Pass Steam Store page and will receive Welcome to the Abyss along with the previous DLC's and future DLC's. If you just want Welcome To The Abyss, it is available now for $4.99 in the DLC Steam Store page.



This DLC contains the most Trials Tracks in a DLC yet:
  • 8 classic Trials tracks
  • Featuring 24 Challenges
  • 1 Skill Game
  • 1 FMX Track
  • 100+ New Editor Items
  • Including 12 New Effects
  • 3 New squirrels to discover



Welcome To The Abyss
Leave the utopia of Empire of the Sky and delve deep into some serious exploration of the mysterious ruins under the sea. Pristine stone relics flow with energy from an unknown power source, enabling ancient machinery to continue operating. This wonder, combined with the proof of worship of an unidentified deity bring up questions for fearless riders to explore. Riders should proceed with caution though; there is more to these ancient ruins than what first meets the eye.



We are really excited about this DLC and we hope you enjoy exploring the Abyss! Visit our DLC thread to drop your feedback!

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August 19

Trials Fusion DLC #2 Released - Empire of the Sky

Empire of the Sky, the next DLC for Trials Fusion is now available on the Steam Store, and will be available globally as a digital download for $4.99 (free for Season Pass holders) on the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, and PC. This DLC is the second installment of six DLCs that will be coming in Trials Fusion’s first season.



This DLC will be free for Season Pass holders who will be receiving five additional packs that will be released through May 2015 (inlcuding Riders of the Rustlands). You are still able to purchase the Season Pass for Trials Fusion from the Steam Store Page or you can pick up the DLC by heading directly to the Empire of the Sky DLC page.



Let’s dive right into it and take a look at what you are getting:

Nine exciting new tracks, including:

  • Six Classic Trials Tracks
  • One new Supercross (local multiplayer) track
  • One new Skill Game "Freefall"
  • One new FMX Track, "High Society"

Eighteen new Track Challenges
  • Each Classic Trials Track features three surprising Track Challenges
  • Track Challenges range from secret locations to surprising mini-games, such as:
  • Crash the dinner party
  • Skydive with the Penguins!
  • Please the Paparazzi!

Dozens of new Editor Objects, including:
  • Anti-gravity technology
  • Resort homes
  • Force fields
  • Floating platforms

There are four more DLC packs planned for Trials Fusion’s first season. Stay tuned to keep up to date on all things Trials Fusion; you never know when we’ll have more info to drop.

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Deluxe Edition

Get the Deluxe Edition now, including the full game and the Season Pass!

Add some craziness to your game through additional content! The Season Pass provides you 1 year of additional content and includes 6 DLCs before May 2015. Get the Season Pass to receive all 6 DLCs, featuring new tracks, new bike parts, rider gear, and new items for the track editor, and each DLC will let you enjoy a new Career Mode Event.
On top of this, the Season Pass also includes one exclusive item: the Crater Hazmat Suite! Stand out in the Trials Fusion universe and get the respect of your peers with this new and exclusive skin for your rider.

Please note: If you purchase the Season Pass, do not also purchase the standalone DLC Packs, as you will be charged for them.

Last of the 6 DLC Packs expected to be available before 1st May 2015.

About This Game

"The most ambitious Trials yet." – EDGE

“The next step in the franchise's evolution.” – CVG

“Once the Trials bug has bitten you, it's hard to go back.” – GameSpot

Take on an unlimited array of platform-racing challenges in the unreal world of Trials Fusion. Using your skills to traverse across obstacle-laden, ramp-ridden courses, you must strive to set track records against the best Trials players around the globe. Whether you’re racing alone, with friends, or in a global tournament, competition is always around you. And racing on official courses is just the beginning. A rich world of custom courses — built by some of the most creative and skilled content creators in gaming — awaits those who are continually searching for a new, insane track to conquer. And with long-term support of fresh features and content, the Trials experience will continue to expand and challenge players in new and exhilarating ways.


Key Features


BEST-IN-CLASS PLATFORM RACING
Rock-solid motocross physics and reality-bending course designs come together for an over-the-top racing experience that no other game can provide. Show your fearless side with the brand new FMX tricks system, and choose your path towards victory on branching courses. The finish line is the ultimate goal, but the challenge is everything before it.

UBIQUITOUS COMPETITION
Whether you’re racing alone, with friends, or in a worldwide tournament, competition is all around you. Its variety and depth will offer limitless ways to scratch your competitive itch, and the opportunities keep coming. With ongoing support for special tournaments and events, team racing, and much more coming soon, the competition is never ending.

VIBRANT USER-GENERATED CONTENT COMMUNITY
Immerse yourself in a boundless Trials experience with custom track designs made possible by the in-game Editor Mode. With a user-generated content community that boasts some of the most creative and skilled track creators in the world, Trials Fusion offers new track after new track and opens the door to a world of possibilities only the crazy minds of Trials fans can bring.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1
    • Processor: Intel Core i3 550 @ 3.2 GHz or AMD Athlon II X4 620 @ 2.6 GHz
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTS450 or AMD Radeon HD5770 (1024MB VRAM with Shader Model 5.0 or higher)
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 10.1 Compatible Sound Card
    • Additional Notes: DirectX 10.1 or higher required
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 2400s @ 2.5 GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 955 @ 3.2 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti or better / AMD Radeon HD7850 or better
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 10.1 Compatible Sound Card
    • Additional Notes: DirectX 10.1 or higher required
Helpful customer reviews
74 of 91 people (81%) found this review helpful
231.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 19
It's really sad to see what happened to this game. Trials Evolution was one of the best, if not the best, gaming experiences I've ever had. I had it on the 360 and poured so much time into it. It was the community that sucked me in. I played the singler player for a while before dabbling in the track creation, and only because I had a project in mind that I wanted to see completed. I never really meant to become a editor junkie, but one private multiplayer led to a friend request which led to more private multiplayer which led to more friend requests. Before I knew it, I had maxed out my friends list on Xbox Live, which was crazy considering I only had about 20 people as friends on there before Trials. There were people on Trials all the time, and it was usually only a matter of seconds after my Xbox went online before I was in a party with a crew of Trials players.

Trials to me was always about this community. Sure, I grinded out plats on all the single player tracks, but that was only because the community egged me on. Most of the time was spent either in the editor, working on something for friends to test in private mp, or testing out someone else's track in a different private mp session.

There always was a nagging desire to test out something new in the editor, even if it never saw the light of day. Trying to find ways around the glitchy physics was like a somewhat broken jigsaw puzzle. It was a blast to see something that found ways around the limitations in the engine and made things happen that got everyone excited. If there wasn't multiplayer on Trials, I would have never gone to the forums or dedicated time in the editor.

Then I gave my Xbox to someone, originally just to borrow while I moved. I had planned on taking it back, but for one reason or another I didn't. I gave up Trials cold turkey and the community faded away for me. I quit just as the first DLC was coming out, whatever time that was, and only came back into Trials when I saw Fusion on Steam. I was so excited to get back into it. I hopped on the pre-release beta as soon as I could.

The magic formula is gone though. Maybe it will come back, but it was such a simple formula that I couldn't believe they would screw it up: Sharing creations with friends and constantly challenging yourself to improve. The second part is still there, but what constituted the heart of the game to me is gone. The leaderboard chasers can still enjoy this, but I never cared about that. If you can't play this game with friends, then there's no point in it for me anymore. I tried making a few tracks, but that was lacking too. Most of the fun in the editor never actually made it to the public, either because it was too stupid or glitchy to release or because it was just fragments of ideas that popped into existence for a single attempt and then was discarded.

I tried to keep hope that Redlynx would fix things, but that has proved pointless so far. I'm partly upset with myself for falling for the pre-release trap. Even companies that you expect to make gold can produce plastic. You'll hear lots of words about the future of Fusion and how everything is going to be fine, but actions speak louder than words. Bringing out paid DLC before even finishing the features (multiplayer) advertised when I bought the game was the final knife in the back. Everytime I see Fusion in my library I wish it was worth playing, but until Redlynx brings in private mp again I won't touch it. Even if they do, I wonder if I'll have any interest left for it.
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54 of 75 people (72%) found this review helpful
7.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 18
November and still no multiplayer. Add to that the fact that you can't play most (any?) user-created content without buying the season pass.
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40 of 56 people (71%) found this review helpful
6.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 29
Bought it for multiplayer. Theres actually no multiplayer

UPDATE 2/12/14: Still no ♥♥♥♥ing online multiplayer

UPDATE: Multiplayer is coming in 2015, only 10 ♥♥♥♥ING months after those ♥♥♥♥♥ released this half finished game
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22 of 26 people (85%) found this review helpful
10.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 9
This game's alright... I'm not at all alright while playing it, but I still love it. After the rage wears off, the game gives you a good sense of accomplishment when you finally get that 0 fault gold medal run, especially on later (hard) stages.

While Trials Fusion is a streamlined trials game (it is much, much easier than Evolution), there is still a good amount of hard tracks in the base game, and a few of them only the most persistent players will be able to "gold medal" (while others will rage quit out of the game and write a review...). There are 8 zones in the base game, and each one has 6 to 10 tracks in it (8 on average), that number is significantly increased with the season pass, which adds 6 new zones. Right now, 9/10/2014, the season pass only offers 3 zones, with 3 more on the way before May 2015. The game also includes a track editor, so you can create your own tracks, and you can easily access and play tracks built by other people online (which are pretty impressive from what I've seen/played).

Now I'm not a big fan of Ubisoft's PC releases, because I usually get hit by poor optimization issues that plague a lot of their games at release, this game's performance however, pleasantly surprised me and put a big fat smile on my face, after the stutter fest that was Trials Evolution Gold Edition, I wasn't very hopeful going into this one. The game runs perfectly smooth maxed out on my machine, and the only stutter I got was on a graphically intensive track, while I had 2 video streams running in the background, after trying the same track without flash videos hogging my cpu, the stutter went away, and the game ran buttery smooth again.

For reference, my PC specs are:

i7 920 @3Ghz
gtx660ti 2gb
8gb ram
win7 64bit

It's worth mentioning that the game has a pretty good, yet weird sense of humor, for example whenever you finish a track, something funny and dumb is sure to happen, like the rider falling of his bike after he crosses the finish line, landing in the water and racing a cruise ship, or when you cross a finish line that's on top of a 2 story hut, the door closes behind you, and the hut starts flying off like a rocket. I also really enjoy the AI commentary (I guess you can call them the narrators), and the biker's yells and woohoos remind me of Homer Simpson.

This game is a steal even at full price, and on a decent sale it should be a no-brainer if you played and liked previous Trials games, but I'm sure 2D platformer game enthusiasts would love it as well. As for the score, I'm giving it a 9/10.
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29 of 44 people (66%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 19
Love the game, hate UPlay.
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25 of 37 people (68%) found this review helpful
0.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 29
They promised multiplayer, but half a year later and locla co-op is the only thing available....
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10 of 13 people (77%) found this review helpful
10.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 1
This is not a terrible game by any means, but it feels like a definite step back from the previous installment and, by comparison especially, a lousy value proposition.

The tracks are significantly fewer and blander, and that's not balanced out by the new mechanisms.

Doing tricks seems to be based on your angle and the input on the right stick, but it feels pretty sketchy/inconsistent. The stages built around doing those tricks for points are too unforgiving: the checkpointing means you only get one shot at each jump trick, so any failed attempt means you've lost a potential 20% or so points for that stage. Maybe losing your multiplier would have been enough of a deterrent; as it stands, falling is too easy and too costly, so it makes sense to play it safe -- and that's boring, especially for a mode that's supposed to be a bit more crazy than the precision driving at the core of the franchise. Uniracers did it first and better, basically.

'Challenges' are either Easter eggs hard to figure out without a guide, or require feats like finishing with zero fault while doing 10 tricks or never letting go of the gas pedal. That's one way to stretch playtime over a small number of tracks...

Tournaments are one thing that's improved, though: they're time-limited and renewed every few hours, which is a good encouragement to participate and try to rank high.

Now that the first piece of DLC (out of a planned 6) is out, it's obvious that we can't count on them to fix the fundamental problem of there not being enough content: each will be the size of a world, so 6 regular tracks and 2 gimmicky ones (and the first pack is boring like the rest, too).

Are RedLynx / Ubi counting on player-created content to pick up the slack? Trying to find really good content is still a crapshoot though -- you can only rely on the 'featured' categories, very basic filters, or a percentage of positive reviews. There's quite a few enjoyable enough tracks, some with clever moments, but few if any are comparable in quality to the dev-made tracks from Trials Evolution, and you have to be in the mood to rummage around for them.

It pains me to say it, but this is a disappointment. Just get Trials Evolution, and don't get Fusion until you've played so much Evo you're sick of it. And even then, be aware it's not great value at full price.
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13 of 19 people (68%) found this review helpful
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
Trials Fusion is the latest installment in what has generally been a game that offers a simple premise but provides a lot of gameplay punch. While there aspects of Fusion that I am greatly impressed with, there are a few things that I am unhappy with.

For those unfamiliar, the Trials games are a very simple premise. You're riding a motorbike (along with other vehicles in Fusion) across a large variety of tracks with physics being the ultimate gameplay component. You have to control the bike properly or you will wipe out.....A LOT!

I've broken this into a simple pros/cons list for anyone that has tl;dr issues :-)

Pros:
+ Looks fantastic. The colors are rich and have real pop to them. If you can play this in Ultra at the highest resolution you're in for a treat, even at lower resolutions it still is great eye candy
+ Base game course design is interesting for the most part and the futuristic setting adds more than I thought it would.
+ Trick/FX gameplay styles really add to the depth and encourage playing tracks multiple times with both fastest times and trick scores being seperate goals.
+ A ton of community made tracks at your fingertips.

Cons:
- Pricey DLC with the season pass costing the same price as the base game making MSRP for both base and season pass (a.k.a. Deluxe Edition) just $20 less than a AAA title. There have been two DLC packs released thus far with more to come.
- Some base game courses are much shorter than you'd expect.
- Lacks the challenge at the lower levels that earlier Trials titles brought. Seems watered down for casuals/newcomers in respects. The physics are still brutal depending on course, but definitely easier to get the hang of. ATVs are disgustingly easy.
- Four months after release and online multiplayer is still not in the game, yet is promised by the developer. This is UNACCEPTABLE when being advertised as having multiplayer especially at the cost of the full package. Local multiplayer only at the moment (8/23/14 is the date of this review).
- Tedious unlocking system.
- There seems to be some measure of a "story" mode to the single player game where you're regularly spoken to by a female AI similar to GlaDOS of the Portal games, except the Trials AI lady lacks the wit of that classic character and is generally just grating.

Let me be clear, while my cons are glaring, I do not regret my purchase of this game. I have a real soft spot for this series and have gotten a lot of mileage out of the earlier titles and am going to continue to play this one as it plays well and I can't overstate how great it looks. I was first introduced to Trials when it came out on Xbox 360 Arcade and I put well over 100 hours into that iteration of the game. I hesitated on this new one until I upgraded my hardware and now that I have, I am very glad I waited at least until then. That being said, unless you are like me and a fan of the Trials series and know what you're getting into, do yourself a favor and hold off until this is on sale.

I recommend this with a caveat. Definitely pick it up when on sale, but unless you're really into the series/gameplay style, you're fine waiting.
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9 of 12 people (75%) found this review helpful
20.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 11
8/10

Shorter, less content, no multiplayer yet, meh meh meh.

Get trials evo gold edition instead.
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12 of 20 people (60%) found this review helpful
17.0 hrs on record
Posted: September 17
Five months on and we still don't have online multiplayer. Don't waste your money on this unfinished garbage.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
27.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 1
I've always liked Trials. I'm sure other Trials fans will like this one as well, there's a few downsides to it though.

Major issues in this Trials game:
- Horrible framerate issues. If your machine runs BF4 on high graphics without stuttering, there's no guarantee this won't lag either. Sometimes bad machines perform just as good as good machines on this one. This is #1 issue of Trials Fusion.
- No online multiplayer, only local play. Many people are complaining about this and to be honest, I don't really care much - but it's still worth mentioning.
- The game's average difficulty is (in my opinion) higher than the other games, the real difficult tracks are only low in quantities though.

Despite these issues, I still recommend the game because it's fun, after all. The devs are working on the problems and there are updates from time to time, so the game might have improved by the time you read this.
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 17
Great game highly addicting
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
23.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 2
Trials Fusion is a work of beauty.

I may not be an aficionado, having only spent ~100 hours playing the original. Mostly by myself, but often with friends, loving every second of it. I've probably crashed 100,000 times, but I have a few accomplishments in the more extreme trials that I'm proud of.

If that describes your love of the game, then you will like this one too. I've read that some people have problems with framerates, but I have not. The video options allow for a lot of tweaking to match your video card's capabilities it seems. I have 18 hours clocked on Trials Fusion at the time of writing this review.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
11.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 5
good game... pretty much same as trials evo gold... but no online mp.. harder to run due to better graphics. They are supposed to add online mp. but right now seem focused on pumping out dlc first.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 10
Great Game!
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
72.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 15
Awesome addition to the series. Great game. Incredibly creative track designs. Outstanding graphics. Controlabillity is the best in the series. The only real disappointment I have is that I was really hoping to see online multiplayer.
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
106.1 hrs on record
Posted: July 8
Can't get that song out of my head. 10/10
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
5.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 4
This Game makes so much fun, if you loved Trials Evolution you will also like this.
I don`t care about Uplay, and they fixed a lot of bugs (at least for me, no slow motion anymore).

For now this game has only a Local Multiplayer but they will add Online Multiplayer later, so if you care about Online Matches, waite for it.

From me this Game get a 9 of 10 Points now.
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
11.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 11
I'd love to hate this game, but I simply can't. As the matter of fact - I love it. At least the first 30 minutes of each gameplay session, until frustration takes the best of me. Unlike other titles, where frustration comes from bad gameplay mechanics, clunky controls or just plain bugs - this game has none of those. Frustration comes only from your own mistakes and lack of focus and patience. I had no problem with the BEGINNER and EASY difficulty mode tracks, whereas in MEDIUM, I first took the time to learn the track and adapt to the ever-changing layout. HARD is where things got really painful. Let's just say that I had to repeat one track a hundred times to get the gold medal. Frustration was followed by a great sense of achievement. I find the new FMX trick system fun, but very difficult or just needed to get used to. One more problem, mentioned by most Steam users: Uplay. Being forced to use two types of DRM is ridiculous and Uplay sucks in general. Sometimes it takes ages to load certain data (bikes, rider accessories and the list of tracks) from the cloud. I bought this game mainly for the purpose of local co-op so I was devastated to find out that you weren't able to play the user-created tracks with your friends. After the latest patch they finally implemented that feature so hopefully we'll have more than the default 10 tracks to enjoy. To sum things up, I enjoy most of the features of Trials: Fusion. Just two things need to go: my lack of skill and Uplay. 9/10
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 13
Ubisoft can suck my wang
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