Ubisoft has unveiled the release date of RedLynx high-octane platform racer Trials Fusion, the title will be out digitally on April 16 for $19.99 on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and 360. A $39.99 boxed retail version which include a season pass will be made available for PS4 and Xbox One. New screens, trailer and seven gameplay videos inside.
Get ready, riders: Trials is making its PlayStation debut! RedLynx, a Ubisoft Studio, is happy to announce that Trials Fusion is coming to PS4 on April 16th. As you can see in the trailer above, Trials Fusion builds off of the Trials...Show More Summary
Evidently RedLynx didn't think its Trials series was difficult enough, as the first gameplay trailer for Trials Fusion shows it's introducing tricks. Intentional tricks, that is--beyond losing control of your bike in an absurd and hilarious way. The trailer also confirms an April 16 launch for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox 360.
Expect a sharp upturn in broken controllers and smashed screens when Trials Fusion arrives on April 16 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Windows PC. The next entry in RedLynx's absorbingly thorny 2D platform-puzzler/stunt biker series, the...
RedLynx co-founder explains why "everything is better". Trials Fusion is set for release in April, and we recently spoke to RedLynx creative director Antti Ilvessuo about the game.Click here to read the full article
Redlynx attempts to supersize its download dirtbikes. If you're one of the many, many players who became slightly addicted to Trials: Evolution or Trials HD, you'll be familiar with the components that make these games so the compulsive. Click here to read the full article
For a few weeks in 2012, Trials Evolution was a record-holder. Launched in April that year to roaring success, the last entry in RedLynx's racing series sold quicker than any Xbox Live Arcade title in history. Until the following month, that is, when the console version of Minecraft arrived. Show More Summary
RedLynx has defended the inclusion of micro-transactions in Trials Frontier, the upcoming mobile version of its addictive racing series. Speaking to Eurogamer at an event in the studio's home city of Helsinki, RedLynx boss Tero Virtala...Show More Summary
Naturally, Ubisoft's taken some flak for putting RedLynx's Trials on mobiles and tablets as a free-to-play game - especially since the skill-based motocross arcade game is a hardcore favourite. Even if you don't hate freemium gamingShow More Summary
Late in the Wii's life, Trials developer RedLynx released MotoHeroz on the console, which was similar to the legendary motorcycle platformer, but a bit simpler and more focused on party style multiplayer. The following year, MotoHeroz...Show More Summary
Ubisoft and RedLynx are taking Trials into the mobile realm with Trials Frontier, releasing it as a free-to-play game. Developer RedLynx's Tero Virtala explains the idea behind this decision, saying that he hopes the low barrier of entry will entice more players to give Frontier a trial run.
RedLynx has explained its decision to make Trials Frontier freemium. Company boss Tero Virtala said the Finnish studio made the call because it wanted as many people as possible to give Trials a shot. "We want a lot of players to play this game, and people are more likely to give Trials a try if it doesn't cost them to test it out," he said. Read more…
Trials, the high-flying, controller-throwing, maddening moto-cross series from RedLynx, will get a next-generation version called Trials Fusion and a mobile version called Trials Frontier, Ubisoft just announced. Read more...
Ubisoft has announced two new titles in RedLynx's lovably sadistic Trials series of physics-based motorcycle platformers. Trials Fusion is being developed for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, and PC. The Wii U was curiously not mentioned here. Show More Summary
Ubisoft has released a free demo version of RedLynx's racing-platformer, Trials Evolution: Gold Edition, via Steam in advance of an upcoming sale later this week. The sale, which starts May 9 and continues through May 13, will drop the...Show More Summary
A portion of an EDGE interview with CEO Tero Virtala... EDGE: Tell us, how has the Ubisoft acquisition affected the studio? TV: In the early phases, we felt that a big change like this was bound to have a number of effects on the company. Show More Summary
On April 4, former RedLynx developers at indie studio Frogmind will release their first game, Badland, on the iOS App store. The vivid side-scroller was originally slated to launch in March.Frogmind is a two-man outfit: Johannes Vuorinen, who programmed the editor in Trials Evolution, and Juhana Myllys, who handled art and design on MotoHeroz. Show More Summary
Trials Evolution: Gold Edition isn't due until March 21, but waiting is for suckers. Ubisoft announced today that the beta has begun, and pre-ordering before March 14 will grant you access. During the beta, Ubisoft and RedLynx will be hosting a track creation competition using the track editor. Show More Summary
It was just a matter of time. After the epic, magnificence of the original riddle in Trials HD, it was almost inevitable that those crazy eggheads at Redlynx would put together something similarly incredible for Trials Evolution. The folks over at the Redlynx forums have been working on putting together the pieces of this puzzle, and they have found something spectacular. More »
If imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery then it's highly likely there was a swell of blushing cheeks in RedLynx's Helsinki office when Urban Trials was properly unveiled last year. A side-scrolling race against the clock...Show More Summary