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The 'Trials Fusion' Multiplayer Competetion Trailer Is Epic

Trials Fusion is now out on the market and forcing gamers to drive their way through all sorts of insane obstacles, and now a multiplayer competition trailer has been released to show off the craziness with friends (or foes).

The trailer shows a bunch of different gamer fails to the tune of some truly epic music, with one particular part showing a person continuously falling down the leaderboards due to consistently failing. Check out the trailer below.

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I’m always in the mood for a little Trials hilarity, and putting it to the tune of an epic score just makes it even better. The Trials series has resulted in endless multiplayer fun, and this latest iteration is definitely bringing more of exactly that.

Trials Fusion Resolution + Frame-Rate Revealed

Trials Fusion will be unleashed upon the world in just a few short days, and now the game’s resolution and frame-rates have been released across PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The game is set to run at 60 FPS on all platforms, though the resolution varies from platform to platform. On PlayStation 4 and PC the game will run at 1080p, the Xbox One version will run at 900p after a day-one patch that will upgrade it from 800p and the Xbox 360 version will run at 600p.

Trials Fusion launches for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360 on April 16th.

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This seems to be pretty standard these days, with the PlayStation 4 and PC version being the dominant with the Xbox One version lagging slightly behind. The poor Xbox 360 version has to be lumped in with all of the next-gen goodness, and needless to say it will look the worst on Xbox 36o.

Trials Fusion Coming This April

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The incredibly addictive platform racing series Trials is getting a new game this April. The game, called Trials Fusion, will be coming out on April 16 for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The digital version will cost $20, but the game will also be releasing physically for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $40. Continue reading