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User reviews: Mixed (29 reviews) - 51% of the 29 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Apr 24, 2014

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This content requires the base game Trials Fusion™ on Steam in order to play.

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About This Content

Want to go beyond the unlimited fun of Trials Fusion? The season pass is made for you!

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.
Helpful customer reviews
5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
Posted: June 15
To all those who said it didn't work or couldn't get it to activate, you need to redeem the CD key for the season pass in the additional content menu in game. Go to your library>right-click Trials Fusion>Click CD Keys>Copy Season Pass CD key to keyboard>redeem in-game via additional content menu.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
Posted: June 15
It worked for me, you just have to copy the CD key into Uplay after you've bought it. The DLC files are already in the game, so it worked instantly after you go in-game, into additional content and then 'redeem code'.

The tracks are excellently designed and have a good range of difficulties as always.
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8 of 14 people (57%) found this review helpful
12 people found this review funny
Posted: September 20
I played Trials HD up until Evolution came out, which I played until Fusion came out. I have a fair amount of experience with the modern trials games, and have been a supporter of RedLynx for some time. When fusion came out, I beat it, then I took a break from the Trials franchise, only playing it in a drunken rage with friends. Seven months pass, and I decide to start up Fusion one evening fo some nostalgic motor bike ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥, and much to my pleasant surprise, a ton of DLC has been released! So while im in the game, I buy the Season Pass. This is where things start to go wrong.

My heart starts pounding in the anticipation for some brand new tracks. I enter career mode, slide over to the dlc levels, and see that they're all still locked.

"Well, thats not right," I thought to myself. "Maybe it never downloaded the DLC since I'm still in the game."

So I close the game and check the DLC section of the Steam client, only to find that the DLC has, in fact, been installed.

"Alright, maybe I just needed to restart the game for it to recognise that I bought the DLC."

I start the game up again, head to career mode, slide over to the DLC levels, and see that they're still locked.

"Well what the ♥♥♥♥!" I scream at 2 am, waking my parents in the next room.

"Jesus Christ Devon, shut the ♥♥♥♥ up!" my dad yells.

"You wouldn't understand, Dad. It's not just a game, it's a lifestyle! I NEVER ASKED TO BE BORN!" i retort.

So I start to do some investigating, and find the code for the season pass in my steam profile.

"No, it can't be," I whisper, as to not awaken the wrath of my parents once again. I enter the download section of Trials Fusion and find a code redemtion screen.

"I can't believe this. I live in the 21st century, and through an all digital purchase, RedLynx is going to make me enter a code? What madness has this world come to?"

An emptiness starts to consume me. I feel sick, but I must continue forward in the name of new tracks. With the code redemption screen open, I press tab and shift, the universal keyboard code to summon the almighty steam overlay and view my code. Only, I can't. The steam overlay won't open in this menu.

"May the Gods, both Old and New, aid me in my hour of need," I pray.

I extend my shaking hand to reach for my phone, and I begin copying down the code. I feel weird and oddly cold now. I return to the code redemtion screen, and begin manually transferring the code over to the game. A feeling consumes me more and more with each letter entered. I feel like a heathen, like my Gods have abandoned me. There is no respite, only the overwhelming emptiness overcomming me during this barbaric ritual. I enter the last letter and press enter. Hoping for this arduous task to finally be behind me, I almost faint when the game informs me that the code I have entered is invalid. Apparently, you need to capitalise the letters of the code. A single tear runs down my cheek as I begin again. I press enter once more and collapse when the success screen pops up. I hold my knees to my chest and begin to cry. Not like a manly cry, more like a soft whimpering with tears.

Long story short, the tracks offered in the season pass aren't anything special, save yourself $20 and ten minutes and just stick to the player created maps.

2/10 would not buy again.
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1 of 3 people (33%) found this review helpful
Posted: June 20
This is one of the funest computer games i have played. gets a bit hard at the end of the career, but you feel so accomplished at the end of it.
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3 of 10 people (30%) found this review helpful
Posted: April 30
Can't get it to work. :C
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