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RedLynx’s follow-up to Trials Evolution, Trials Fusion, is out today for 360, PS4, and Xbox One. A download version is available for $19.99 for all systems, and a physical version, which includes a Season Pass and bonus in-game items, is available for $39.99 for PS4 and Xbox One. Fusion features the same trick- and physics-based gameplay as its predecessors, a track editor with the ability for users to share their creations, online play, and the new FMX tricks system.
PC gamers who pre-order RedLynx’s upcoming obstacle racer Trials Fusion will be able to play a closed beta ahead of its April 24 release. The beta is set to kick off on March 21, and the promotion is open to several retailers, including Amazon, GameStop, and Uplay. Fusion is a sequel to Trials Evolution, and features the series’ traditional physics-based gameplay as well as multiplayer with support for global tournaments, a track editor with online sharing capabilities, and a new FMX tricks system.
I Am Alive, Ubisoft’s latest post-apocalyptic action-adventure title, has launched on PSN. Released last month for the 360, I Am Alive follows a lone survivor of the Event as he crosses a desolate, toxic waste in search of his wife and daughter. Players must scale buildings, horde their goods, and face off against fellow survivors.
Ubisoft’s post-apocalyptic action-adventure title I Am Alive will be launching on PSN on April 4. Released earlier this month on Live Arcade for the 360, I Am Alive follows a lone survivor of the Event as he crosses a desolate, toxic waste in search of his wife and daughter. Players must scale buildings, horde their goods, and face off against fellow survivors.
I Am Alive is alive! Oh … has that joke been done? Yes? Aw. In any event, Ubisoft has resuscitated the post-apocalyptic action-adventure title as a download-only release. Developed by Ubisoft Shanghai, I Am Alive, scheduled to launch on Live Arcade and PSN this winter, will feature the journey of a man making his way back to his desolate hometown in search of his family.