Trials Fusion – Free Update Adds Teams, Upcoming Free Update Will Add Online Multiplayer

Ubisoft released today a free update that introduces Teams in Trials Fusion. Players can now form Teams to compete against rivals and work their way up the Teams leaderboard by boosting their Team score.

Teams can have up to 50 members and are represented by a name and emblem. Each Team hosts its own bulletin board where teammates can communicate. Additionally, Teams will be able to race each other in private games through the upcoming Online Multiplayer feature.

Online Multiplayer, coming to all Trials Fusion players as a free update in early 2015, will allow four players per race on the Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft and up to eight players. PC players will have a chance to test out the Online Multiplayer in beta starting today.

Three Online Multiplayer modes will be available including:

· Online X-Supercross- up to eight players race on three random tracks, after which a winner is announced based on an accumulative best score.
· Private Game- up to eight players select which tracks to race and customise race parameters such as gravity of the track, modifying bike speed, or inverting the bike’s controls.
· Private Game with Spectator- Players looking to watch online multiplayer select the tracks and parameters for the race and invite eight other players to ride so they can kick-back and watch the race. These matches can also be broadcast using streaming platforms.

Multiplayer will also host a global leaderboard that tracks the experience players have earned from the Online X-Supercross mode.

Enjoy!

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