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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.

Welcome to the Abyss released today, takes Trials Fusion under the sea

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Welcome to the Abyss, the third of six DLC packs in the works for Trails Fusion, is available now. It is, strangely enough, all about riding motorbikes underwater.

Players will apparently "unravel new mysteries" in Welcome to the Abyss, which also adds 10 new tracks, 24 challenges, five achievements, and various new objects for the track editor.

Trials Fusion heads under the sea in Welcome to the Abyss DLC pack

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Trials Fusion is heading underwater in upcoming expansion Welcome to the Abyss, the third of six planned DLC packs for the stunt-riding arcade game.

Coming this October, it adds 10 new tracks, 24 challenges, five achievements, and a bunch of new objects for the track editor.

New Trials Fusion DLC pack Riders of the Rustlands out now

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Ubisoft has released Riders of the Rustlands, the first of six planned DLC packs for Trials Fusion. It's freely available now for Season Pass owners, and at £3.99 for those without one.

The pack adds ten new tracks, eighteen new challenges and lots of new objects for the game's track editor.

Free Update for Trials Fusion brings User-generated Content and Tournaments

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Ubisoft plans to add additional features to its platform racer Trials Fusion with free updates, the first of which adds online tournaments allowing players to show off their skills in a variety of challenges.

User-generated content is also on offer with this update, as ten player-created tracks have been made available cross-platform through Track Central, giving players a wider variety of tracks to choose from.

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