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Trials Fusion's Awesome Level MAX DLC is weirder than you could have possibly imagined

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You might be forgiven for thinking that the Trials series could not possibly get more ridiculous, after Trials Fusion's bizarre trips underwater, and weird penchant for squirrels.

You would, of course, be wrong. The game's next piece of DLC, titled Awesome Level MAX, was revealed at E3 last month, and features a cat riding a unicorn in lieu of your traditional stunt biker.

Ubisoft releases Fault One Zero, the fifth DLC pack for Trials Fusion

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Ubisoft has released the fifth of six planned DLC packs for its motorcycle stunt game Trials Fusion. It's called Fault One Zero, and it takes place in the futuristic city of Megalopolis.

Players can expect 10 new tracks, 24 challenges, 5 trophies, and new various new objects for the track editor. You can also wear a lynx head as a helmet, should you wish.

Ubisoft update Trials Fusion with free online multiplayer, new content pack January 27th

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Online multiplayer is now part of a free update to Trials Fusion, announces Ubisoft, who also date the "fourth and largest" DLC for the game January 27th, and it's called Fire in the Deep.

Up to 8 players can face-off in the new free online multiplayer, with three new game modes available in the lobby: Online X-Supercross, Private Game and Private Game with Spectator.

Open weekend for Trials Fusion's online multiplayer kicks off today

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Trial Fusion's upcoming multiplayer component is free for PC players this weekend, if you fancy injuring a virtual motorcyclist in the company of some friends.

The free trial runs from December 19 at 10am CET to December 22 at 10am CET. You do need to have an existing Uplay account to sign in to the game's online mode.

Latest Trials Fusion update introduces teams and online multiplayer, arrives in 2015

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A free update to RedLynx's platform racer Trials Fusion will be launching in 2015 and with it come Teams and Online Multiplayer. Three modes will be offered to multiplayer gamers, with two private.

Teams, which are basically guilds, can have up to 50 members sporting a name and emblem. Teams get their own bulletin board and can race privately with the new Online Multiplayer.

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