Trials Fusion featured local multiplayer at launch, but online multiplayer? That was absent. RedLynx seemed a little disappointed with how online multiplayer worked in Trials Evolution, so they wanted to take their time and create something a little more alluring. Show More Summary
A Halloween-themed update has arrived for RedLynx‘s Trials Frontier, adding new skins and tracks courtesy of the arrival of the Pumpkin King. The Pumpkin King, as he does, is causing havoc, so it’s up to you to take him and his minions on across the world. Show More Summary
New deep-sea expansions available now - launch trailer. RedLynx has released its third Trials Fusion DLC expansion, Welcome to the Abyss, and a launch trailer to mark the occasion.Click here to read the full article
A 16-year-old Trials: Fusion savant, PneumaticBog484, is building a functional version of Minecraft within RedLynx's racer. In the past PneumaticBog484 has also built both a procedurally-generated infinite track, and a Titanfall-style...Show More Summary
A 16-year-old Trials Fusion genius is building a functional version of Minecraft within RedLynx's racer. The Trials series is well known for hosting an extremely flexible track editor, which has previously been used to create simple platformers and first-person shooters. But nothing like this - a working sandbox which you can edit and change on the fly. Read more…
RedLynx's Trials Fusion gets an injection of Borderlands flavor today, as the game's first add-on takes players to the outskirts of society where rogues reside in the wastelands. Titled Riders of the Rustlands, the DLC eschews Fusion's cityscapes in favor of something more dangerous. Show More Summary
I liked Trials Fusion quite a bit, but I didn't stick with it for long. Been meaning to get back in there to see what the community of track creators has been up to -- impressive things, I'm sure. RedLynx released an update this week...Show More Summary
Dive down RedLynx's rabbit hole. You won't regret it.
Lucy O'Brien flips, falls and faceplants her way through RedLynx's latest.
This homage to video game classics of yore presents a pretty steep challenge to folks playing RedLynx's latest motocross stunt game. But it's damn pretty to look at least. Read more...
With the arrival of a new Trials game, it's the Digital Foundry tradition to accompany the launch with an in-depth tech interview with RedLynx's tech mastermind, lead graphics programmer Sebastian Aaltonen - aka sebbbi. Whereas previous...Show More Summary
Trials Frontier - the free-to-play mobile spin-off of RedLynx's physics-based bike series - has been downloaded 6m times, Ubisoft has announced. That impressive figure was achieved in the week after it went live on the App Store on 10th April. Show More Summary
Trials Fusion is the most ambitious entry in RedLynx's physics-driven motorbike game to date, developed in tandem with other internal studios at Ubisoft and delivered on four platforms - PS4, Xbox One, PC and Xbox 360. The most exciting...Show More Summary
There's nothing quite like Trials and, after several games in the popular racing/platforming series, fans know what to expect from developer RedLynx: more of the same. Yes, there will be a stupid, amazing theme song you'll hate yourself for letting get stuck in your head. Show More Summary
Mobile gaming company RedLynx is trying to get players to pay for certain in its latest versions of its long-running "Trials" game series.
RedLynx's sequel soars, even if new ideas are slightly off balance. Two wheels, as the saying goes, are better than one head. Or something to that effect. Which is a relief given how much you'll land on your head while playing Trials Fusion. Show More Summary
How do you make a sequel to Trials Evolution? The most recent 2D trials biking game from RedLynx, Evolution had everything: spectacular level design, crowd-pleasing acrobatics, tight technical riding and endless user-generated content. Show More Summary
Ubisoft acquired game development company RedLynx in 2011 and promised to bring the company's popular Trials series of video games to the iOS platform. Platform racing video game Trials debuted in 2000 on the desktop and made a name for itself on...
Ubisoft and RedLynx released the first of their Trials doubleheader earlier this week with Trials Frontier hitting iOS. Next up is the PC/console big brother, Trials Fusion, with a new trailer showing its key component in action: ruthless competition.
GamesBeat is reporting that developers RedLynx and Ubisoft have confirmed to them that the upcoming Trials Fusion is 1080p and 60fps on the PS4 and a paltry 900p on the Xbox One.Click To Continue Reading