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Thursday, 03 July 2014 07:24

First Fusion DLC to arrive on July 29th

Written by David Stellmack

Will be called Riders of the Rustlands

The first of six DLC packs for Trials Fusion will arrive on July 29th. Riders of the Rustlands will cost $5 when it is released or it will be free to those that either purchased a season pass or received the season pass as part of their retail purchase of the game.

10 tracks and 18 track challenges and many new editor objects will make up the Riders of the Rustlands DLC. The 10 tracks include 6 classic style tracks, two supercross tracks, one new Skill Game track called Laws of motion and a FMX track called the Gauntlet.

With the release of this first DLC pack for Trials Fusion, season pass holders can expect five more tracks before May of 2015. No word yet on when players can expect the next DLC pack to arrive, but it is a safe bet that it will not be too long.

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