Trials Fusion Sells 1.7 Million, New DLC Released
New sales milestone for the racing game, as the Fault One Zero expansion arrives for console and PC.
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Ubisoft's downloadable racing game Trials Fusion, originally released in April 2014 across console and PC, has now sold more than 1.7 million copies to date, the publisher announced this week. The game is available across PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.
Trials Fusion was developed by wholly owned Ubisoft studio RedLynx in collaboration with Ubisoft Shanghai and Ubisoft Kiev.
In other Trials Fusion news, Ubisoft has released a new expansion for the game called Fault One Zero, which is the fifth of six planned add-ons for the game. It adds 10 new tracks, 24 challenges, five trophies, and new objects for the game's track editor.
Here's how Ubisoft describes the DLC: "In Fault One Zero players explore the futuristic city of Megalopolis where man and machine are only distinguishable by their medical records. Players will race through holographic cityscapes, testing facilities, assembly lines, retro gaming areas, and a robot dumping ground to navigate their way through Megalopolis."
Ubisoft also notes that single-player Trials Fusion tracks were recently added to the game's online multiplayer mode. The game's online mode supports up to eight simultaneous players and was introduced earlier this month through a free update. Since its launch, players have participated in nearly 2.5 million online races, journeying more than 317,581 miles.
Fault One Zero is available today through the Trials Fusion $20 DLC pass, or it can be purchased by itself for $5. For more on Trials Fusion, check out GameSpot's review.
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