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Today, Ubisoft unveiled more details about the Season Pass for Trials Fusion™, the popular platform racer from RedLynx. Trials Fusion downloadable content will start rolling out to players on July 29 with the first of six packs, Riders of the Rustlands. Each pack is available for purchase on its own for $4.99 or all six pieces can be purchased as part of the Trials Fusion Season Pass for $19.99, a discount of more than 30 percent. Additionally, Season Pass purchasers will also receive the Crater Hazmat Suit, a piece of exclusive rider gear.

In Riders of the Rustlands players will venture beyond the gleaming cities of Trials Fusion to discover and race through abandoned industrial wastelands. Riders of the Rustlands includes 10 new tracks, 18 new track challenges, five new trophies or achievements and dozens of new Track Editor objects, including wrecked vehicles and the warehouses featured in the Rustlands.


The second piece of downloadable content, also coming this summer, will continue players’ journeys outside of the Trials Fusion realm to compete and explore floating islands in Empire of the Sky. Future content packs will also include new tracks, new bike parts, rider gear, new items for the track editor and each piece of content will let players experience a new Career Mode Event.

Trials Fusion will continue to receive free updates throughout the year that will introduce new features for the game. The recently introduced Tournaments feature is ongoing so players can still participate and battle for a top slot on the leaderboards. Riders of the Rustlands tracks will be included in select Tournaments, as will upcoming DLC tracks as they are released.

Developed by RedLynx in collaboration with Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Kiev, Trials Fusion offers players an unlimited array of obstacles and challenges as they race against the clock to set track records.

For a first look at Riders of the RustlandsTrials Fusion will be shown on stage at RTX and streamed live on Saturday, July 5 at 1pm PST on Twitch.

For an in depth preview of the Trials Fusion season pass, please visit the UbiBlog: http://blog.ubi.com/trials-fusion-riders-of-the-rustlands-dlc.

For the latest information on Trials Fusion, please visit: www.trialsgame.com.

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Today, Ubisoft unveiled more details about the Season Pass for Trials Fusion™, the popular platform racer from RedLynx. Trials Fusion downloadable content will start rolling out to players on July 29 with the first of six packs, Riders of the Rustlands. Each pack is available for purchase on its own for $4.99 or all six pieces can be purchased as part of the Trials Fusion Season Pass for $19.99, a discount of more than 30 percent. Additionally, Season Pass purchasers will also receive the Crater Hazmat Suit, a piece of exclusive rider gear.

In Riders of the Rustlands players will venture beyond the gleaming cities of Trials Fusion to discover and race through abandoned industrial wastelands. Riders of the Rustlands includes 10 new tracks, 18 new track challenges, five new trophies or achievements and dozens of new Track Editor objects, including wrecked vehicles and the warehouses featured in the Rustlands.


The second piece of downloadable content, also coming this summer, will continue players’ journeys outside of the Trials Fusion realm to compete and explore floating islands in Empire of the Sky. Future content packs will also include new tracks, new bike parts, rider gear, new items for the track editor and each piece of content will let players experience a new Career Mode Event.

Trials Fusion will continue to receive free updates throughout the year that will introduce new features for the game. The recently introduced Tournaments feature is ongoing so players can still participate and battle for a top slot on the leaderboards. Riders of the Rustlands tracks will be included in select Tournaments, as will upcoming DLC tracks as they are released.

Developed by RedLynx in collaboration with Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Kiev, Trials Fusion offers players an unlimited array of obstacles and challenges as they race against the clock to set track records.

For a first look at Riders of the RustlandsTrials Fusion will be shown on stage at RTX and streamed live on Saturday, July 5 at 1pm PST on Twitch.

For an in depth preview of the Trials Fusion season pass, please visit the UbiBlog: http://blog.ubi.com/trials-fusion-riders-of-the-rustlands-dlc.

For the latest information on Trials Fusion, please visit: www.trialsgame.com.

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Trials Fusion Season Pass Details Revealed

By Anthony Dows | 07/2/2014 05:18 PM PT | Updated 07/2/2014 05:39 PM PT

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Today, Ubisoft unveiled more details about the Season Pass for Trials Fusion™, the popular platform racer from RedLynx. Trials Fusion downloadable content will start rolling out to players on July 29 with the first of six packs, Riders of the Rustlands. Each pack is available for purchase on its own for $4.99 or all six pieces can be purchased as part of the Trials Fusion Season Pass for $19.99, a discount of more than 30 percent. Additionally, Season Pass purchasers will also receive the Crater Hazmat Suit, a piece of exclusive rider gear.

In Riders of the Rustlands players will venture beyond the gleaming cities of Trials Fusion to discover and race through abandoned industrial wastelands. Riders of the Rustlands includes 10 new tracks, 18 new track challenges, five new trophies or achievements and dozens of new Track Editor objects, including wrecked vehicles and the warehouses featured in the Rustlands.


The second piece of downloadable content, also coming this summer, will continue players’ journeys outside of the Trials Fusion realm to compete and explore floating islands in Empire of the Sky. Future content packs will also include new tracks, new bike parts, rider gear, new items for the track editor and each piece of content will let players experience a new Career Mode Event.

Trials Fusion will continue to receive free updates throughout the year that will introduce new features for the game. The recently introduced Tournaments feature is ongoing so players can still participate and battle for a top slot on the leaderboards. Riders of the Rustlands tracks will be included in select Tournaments, as will upcoming DLC tracks as they are released.

Developed by RedLynx in collaboration with Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Kiev, Trials Fusion offers players an unlimited array of obstacles and challenges as they race against the clock to set track records.

For a first look at Riders of the RustlandsTrials Fusion will be shown on stage at RTX and streamed live on Saturday, July 5 at 1pm PST on Twitch.

For an in depth preview of the Trials Fusion season pass, please visit the UbiBlog: http://blog.ubi.com/trials-fusion-riders-of-the-rustlands-dlc.

For the latest information on Trials Fusion, please visit: www.trialsgame.com.

Recommended Links:

 

Today, Ubisoft unveiled more details about the Season Pass for Trials Fusion™, the popular platform racer from RedLynx. Trials Fusion downloadable content will start rolling out to players on July 29 with the first of six packs, Riders of the Rustlands. Each pack is available for purchase on its own for $4.99 or all six pieces can be purchased as part of the Trials Fusion Season Pass for $19.99, a discount of more than 30 percent. Additionally, Season Pass purchasers will also receive the Crater Hazmat Suit, a piece of exclusive rider gear.

In Riders of the Rustlands players will venture beyond the gleaming cities of Trials Fusion to discover and race through abandoned industrial wastelands. Riders of the Rustlands includes 10 new tracks, 18 new track challenges, five new trophies or achievements and dozens of new Track Editor objects, including wrecked vehicles and the warehouses featured in the Rustlands.


The second piece of downloadable content, also coming this summer, will continue players’ journeys outside of the Trials Fusion realm to compete and explore floating islands in Empire of the Sky. Future content packs will also include new tracks, new bike parts, rider gear, new items for the track editor and each piece of content will let players experience a new Career Mode Event.

Trials Fusion will continue to receive free updates throughout the year that will introduce new features for the game. The recently introduced Tournaments feature is ongoing so players can still participate and battle for a top slot on the leaderboards. Riders of the Rustlands tracks will be included in select Tournaments, as will upcoming DLC tracks as they are released.

Developed by RedLynx in collaboration with Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Kiev, Trials Fusion offers players an unlimited array of obstacles and challenges as they race against the clock to set track records.

For a first look at Riders of the RustlandsTrials Fusion will be shown on stage at RTX and streamed live on Saturday, July 5 at 1pm PST on Twitch.

For an in depth preview of the Trials Fusion season pass, please visit the UbiBlog: http://blog.ubi.com/trials-fusion-riders-of-the-rustlands-dlc.

For the latest information on Trials Fusion, please visit: www.trialsgame.com.

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Average gamer/disabled worker turned into a freelance extraordinaire. From YouTube, AntDaGamer.Com as well as other channels, ADG Wrestling Games Network & ADG Man Cave. Twitch & Wordpress and of course right here on EGM. I showcase games, gameplay, and bio my history and opinions of video games. Find me on Twitter @AntDaGamer