Riders of the Rustland : First DLC for Trials Fusion

Ubisoft released Riders of the Rustlands, the first of six planned downloadable content packs for Trials Fusion™. Available now for Season Pass holders and at £3.99 for players without the Season Pass, Riders of the Rustlands brings new tracks, challenges, editor objects and achievements to Trials Fusion.

In Riders of the Rustlands, players will meet the forgotten people that live just outside the boundaries of Trials Fusion™. Ignored by the government and left to their own devices, these rogues are forced to use, build and scavenge what they can to make a living. Rival camps have sprung up in the battle for resources and once-thriving facilities have been reduced to wastelands. Drastically visually different from the gleaming cities in Trials Fusion™, the Rustlands give players a new playground to explore as they learn more about these outcasts.

Ten new tracks have been added, consisting of six Classic Trials tracks, two Supercross tracks, one Skill Game, and one FMX track. In addition, there are 18 new Track Challenges, including secret locations and more hidden squirrels to uncover. Track editors also have dozens of new obstacles at their disposal including wrecked vehicles and the warehouses featured in the Rustlands to help create the track of their dreams.

With more than one million players, Trials Fusion™ continues to gain popularity as riders strive for perfection on each course. The team at RedLynx Studios has no plan to slow down, five more downloadable content packs are being created including Empire of the Sky, the next piece of DLC set in floating islands coming in August, as well as the free updates coming throughout the year that will introduce new features to the game.

The Season Pass is still available for purchase for £15.99. Players will receive Riders of the Rustlands today and all future DLCs at no additional cost.

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

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