Trials Fusion PS4 Review
Hello everybody, Shaun Meyers here to share my thoughts on the PS4 version of Trials Fusion by Red Lynx and Ubisoft.
Disclaimer: I got the game for free on PS Plus since it’s June 2018’s free game.
Trials Fusion is a side-scrolling racing game that takes place in the far future. There are multiple game modes to take part in including Career, Multiplayer, and Tournaments.
Career mode takes you through various themed worlds which has pre-built courses by the Red Lynx team. The base game has 8 areas to play through. With the Season Pass you’ll gain access to another 8 areas. Each area fits a specific theme including swamps, forests, urban areas, and deserts to name a few. The DLC areas are much more fantastical in nature.
Multiplayer allows you to compete against up to 8 people in ranked or private matches. Multiplayer is a ton of fun to play and it can get pretty competitive. Tournaments allow you to join events to win unique prizes.
The game also features the ability to create and share your own custom built courses with the community. To access user created courses you must go to the Track Central menu.
Races come in two types, trial or FMX. In trial your objective is to reach the end in the fastest time possible. In FMX your goal is to pull off various tricks to earn points. If you fall during a trick or crash your points are deleted so you must land all of your tricks to earn the most points.
There’s also a little character customization as well where you can purchase and equip new outfits for your character. The base game has 6 outfits, each with 3 levels to unlock. With the purchase of Acorns you’ll be able to access 6 more outfits.
You can also customize your bikes in the garage. You can choose from color, body kit, and wheels. Certain body kits and wheels require purchasing through the use of Acorns but some can be purchased with in-game money as well.
Overall, Trials Fusion is a lot of fun and it’s pretty addicting too. There were many times during my time with the game that I’d failed but the game pushes you to keep trying until you complete the level. The levels themselves are really well designed and they get pretty tricky by the end of career mode. It’s also a ton of fun on multiplayer and it provided many laughs between me and my friends as we all failed horribly. It’s a great game and I recommend giving it a shot.
Thanks for taking the time to read the review folks! I’ll be back with my next video soon, until then, happy gaming folks!
Shaun Meyers out!
Features of Interest
- Very Fun Gameplay
- Good Replay Value
- Can Get Pretty Addictive/ It Pushes You To Continue Trying
- Great Soundtrack
- Multiplayer is A Ton of Fun
- Might Be A bit Repetitive for Som
- The Career Mode Can Be Completed Pretty Quickly
- Half of the Game Is DLC