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Thursday, 27 February 2014 10:01

Trials Fusion to arrive in April

Written by David Stellmack

Will be both digital and disc offering

Ubisoft has confirmed that the Red Lynx developed Trials Fusion will be finally arriving in April. Explaining exactly when you can buy it is where things get a little more complicated.

The game will be offered both as a digital download and on disc. The disc version of the game includes the game of course, plus the season pass that will allow you to download extra content and it will cost about $30. The digital download version will cost you about $15 and you can choose to purchase the season pass for the extra content if you want it for about another $15. The Season Pass is said to include six additional DLC packs that will be released sometime between the release of the game in April till some point before April of 2015.

The download version of the game can be purchased starting on April 16th for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The disc version of the game will arrive the day after that on April 17th for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

The new Trails Fusion takes the motorcycle puzzle game to the next level offering a number of new modes and games. Based on the success of the previous releases, this could be a big release for Red Lynx. The release of Trails Fusion is also the first release for the developer since they were acquired by Ubisoft.

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