Ubisoft's bike-racing platformer Trials Fusion launched today and though it doesn't run in 1080p on Xbox One like it does on the PlayStation 4, gamers will notice a visual improvement when they download its launch-day patch for Microsoft's console. The day-one update for Xbox One improves the game's native resolution from 800p to 900p, Ubisoft announced today.
As was previously announced, both the Xbox One and PS4 versions of Trials Fusion run at 60fps.
Trials Fusion is available today across Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PS4, while the PC version is coming next week. All versions received a day-one patch that addresses Track Central and Leaderboard issues. The update also fixes a problem where replays were not in sync.
Developed by the Ubisoft-owned studio RedLynx, a digital copy of Trials Fusion is $20, while physical versions that include a DLC pass and bonus unlockable items are available at retailers for $40. For more on Trials Fusion, check out GameSpot's review.
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