PlayStation Plus' games line-up for June has been revealed, and it's another good 'un, with XCOM 2 and Trails Fusion leading the charge on PlayStation 4.
UPDATE: Now that Trials of the Blood Dragon is live on the market we can confirm its price of £11.99 / $14.99.
The next Trials release will be a mash-up with over-the-top Far Cry spin-off Blood Dragon.
Arcade stunt bike racer Trials Fusion will be expanded next month by an add-on that stars a cat riding a fire-breathing unicorn.
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Trials Fusion: Awesome Level MX will be available to download on 14th July for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Trials Fusion publisher Ubisoft has today released the sixth and final DLC in the stunt bike racer's season pass.
Trials Fusion's Fault One Zero DLC is out now on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. PS4 and PS3 users in North America will have already received it while those in Europe need to wait until tomorrow.
Trials Fusion has finally added online multiplayer to all platforms as part of a free update, publisher Ubisoft has announced.
Futuristic stunt racer Trials Fusion now includes the ability to form clan-like "teams" of up to 50 members, thanks to a new free game update.
Each team has their own name, emblem and bulletin board, so friends can co-ordinate and communicate.
The feature arrives ahead of Fusion's upcoming online multiplayer mode, which is set to launch via another free update in early 2015.
Trials Fusion will get a free update later this year adding online multiplayer and doubling the number of players from four to eight.
Welcome to the Abyss, the upcoming third expansion for Trials Fusion, launches for PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on 7th October and a day later on PlayStation 4.
Season Pass owners can snap up the add-on for free - otherwise it'll set you back £3.99.
Included within the nautical-themed DLC are another 10 tracks, 24 challenges, five Achievements/Trophies and another batch of objects for the game's versatile track creator.
A 16-year-old Trials Fusion genius is building a functional version of Minecraft within RedLynx's racer.
It's taken a few months but Trials Fusion has finally surpassed 1m sales. That's across PC, PS4, Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Coinciding with the news comes the release of a new free update that lets you build your own Supercross tracks for local multiplayer. There are improvements to Tournaments, Track Central and the Track Editor, too.
In addition, 15 of the best community tracks have been bundled up and stuffed on the Uplay Recommended feed in Track Central.
Trials Fusion's first of six DLC packs will launch on 29th July with the Riders of the Rustlands add-on.
Ubisoft has added a Tournament mode to Trials Fusion in a free update to the game.
The patch, available from yesterday evening on all platforms, allows you to enter three ongoing tournaments of varying difficulties.
Each event runs for a limited time and will award users in-game XP depending on their ranking. It's similar in mechanics to the timed challenges found in Rayman Legends.
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The Xbox One version of Trials Fusion will require a day-one patch to raise the game's resolution to 900p, Ubisoft has confirmed to Eurogamer.
Before that the game will run at 800p, albeit at 60fps.
The game's PlayStation 4 version will run at 1080p 60fps from launch.
Trials Frontier will wheelie its way to the iOS App Store on 10th April, Ubisoft has announced. An Android version will follow at a later date.
It's the first mobile version of RedLynx's famed stuntbike series, and one that - rather controversially - runs on the fuel of microtransactions.
However, the free-to-play mechanic is just for the game's mobile version, RedLynx has assured us.
A closed beta version of Trials Fusion will launch for PC tomorrow, publisher Ubisoft has announced.
The trial edition will be available until 24th April and include a different range of content available to try each week.
14 tracks and two skill games will be included during the first testing phase.
RedLynx has defended the inclusion of micro-transactions in Trials Frontier, the upcoming mobile version of its addictive racing series.
UPDATE: Trials Frontier uses an energy system to limit the amount of time you can play in one session.
Ubisoft has announced two new titles in RedLynx's lovably sadistic Trials series of physics-based motorcycle platformers.
Trials Fusion is being developed for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, and PC. The Wii U was curiously not mentioned here.
Meanwhile, Trials Frontier is an upcoming mobile game in the series. RedLynx has dabbled in Trials-like mobile games before like Motoheroz, but this marks the first time the Trials series proper will have made its way to mobile.