Trials Fusion out April 16

Retail version of Trials Fusion for PS4 and Xbox One bundled with season pass that allows access to six upcoming DLC packs.

Trials Fusion will hit digital stores on April 16 and retail shelves on April 18 in the UK, publisher Ubisoft announced today. The digital version will cost £15.99. No price was revealed for the retail version. In the United States, Trials Fusion will launch April 16 and the digital version for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC will sell for $20. A physical version for Xbox One and PS4 will be available at retail for $40 in the US.

The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 retail versions of Trials Fusion will come bundled with a season pass, giving players access to six upcoming DLC packs that will be released up until April 30 2015. The season pass can also be purchased separately for £15.99.

Developer Red Lynx’s managing director Tero Virtala told GameSpot "Trials has always been a digital game, but it's also coming to retail. It's selling for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and it combines the full game and the season pass."

"In April, when people get their hands on Trials, they’ll find it is the biggest and best Trials game ever. But we already have a roadmap of expansions, content packs and a plan for how we intend to keep on growing the game and making it bigger and better."

Previous games in the Trials series have been released exclusively on Xbox 360 and PC, and only as a digital download. For more on Trials Fusion, check out GameSpot’s latest preview.

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750sho
750sho

Says available 4-15 on PSN... 


Be great if I could download it tomorrow, I've done a google search but can't find any info on it. 

Andyf1ghter
Andyf1ghter

Trials Evolution was by far the best exclusive game last-gen. 

I bought a PS4 but would have opted for Xbox One if Trials had stayed Xbox exclusive.

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Trialsh HD and Evolution are probably the two games I've spent the most time on this gen. And that says a lot. With this though, I might have to wait until I pick up my PS4. 

wansanchez
wansanchez

So £32 for digital + pass seems like a good price,since the retail is currently listed at around £50 (which must be a mistake).

XboxGuy1537
XboxGuy1537

Xbox One and Playstation 4 owners are going to get flooded with tons of great video games over the next 4 months. 

Sam_021
Sam_021

Best game out there ever (in its own category of course)!

LiquidGold
LiquidGold

Trails is one of the finest games you can buy on XBLA, this should be great no doubt.

Barighm
Barighm

Good. I was worried it would be a lot later.

STrugglingFool
STrugglingFool

Even though I bought the 1st to two versions of the game. I will pass on this one.

aus_pride
aus_pride

Gamespot when is Mark going to be fired? 

wookiegr
wookiegr

Digital = $20

Retail = $40


Finally some reality in how content is priced.

aus_pride
aus_pride

So instead of rewarding the consumers that bought digital the first time around, you give them the stripped down version?  

unfreak-believ
unfreak-believ

@750sho It seems that the digital deluxe edition is available today (4/15), as it shows up on the PSN store with the option to purchase. There isn't any standard edition on the store, though, so I'm guessing that'll be coming out tomorrow.

blastergamerx
blastergamerx

@wansanchez The retail should be the 32 pounds (or 40$ in US) with game + season pass as well. The 50 pound pre-orders were way before the gameplay trailer was announced, and since not changed. These were un-official pre-orders.

dominoodle
dominoodle

@wookiegr  Physical comes with the season pass where digital does not. In the end digital + season pass = physical price.


At least that's what i got from the article.

blastergamerx
blastergamerx

@aus_pride It is not. The only difference is that these is no bonus rider outfit in digital version. But yeah, I think the retail should be 5$-10$ more, because they can be re-selled which the devs don't get profit for, and while selling in retail, the stores need money too, the logistics, disc and case as well, so essentially ubisoft/redlynx get less money from retail while they get

Ahiru-San
Ahiru-San

@MigzBR @dominoodle @wookiegr  physical copy should actually chomp a lot more - disc, case, manual (if), marketing, distribution, logistics, shipping, inventory, profit and so on….


if the physical copy with the season pass is $40, then the digital download should have been $5 or so… o_O