Ubisoft Unveils Trials Fusion and Trails Frontier
Eddie Jimenez / Jun 15th, 2013 No Comments
[adsense250itp]Ubisoft revealed at E3 its next project for its biggest digital franchise, Trials. Two new installments of the series, Trials Fusion and Trials Frontier, will bring the franchise to the new generation of consoles and mobile platforms, including PC, smartphones, and tablets in 2014. Trials Fusion will be the first of its procession made for multiple platforms (Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox 360) from its debut. While Trials Fusion is part of a new era of gaming, it will still possess many of the features that attracted so many players to the original. The addition of a first-in-class physics-based trick system and social elements will enhance the experience for players by providing new frontiers for gamers to explore.
Trials Frontier, along with Trials Fusion, will be the first arrival on mobile devices for the series. Players will be able to immerse and expand to a contemporary form of competition because both games will be connected.
Expanding the Trials franchise was an obvious next step to take for RedLynx. This Ubisoft studio can be traced to other successfully acknowledged titles such as: Draw Race 2, a game in which the player must draw the racing line and the speed of your finger will define the speed of the car or MotoHeroz a new kind of side-scrolling racing game . Trials is a notable franchise that has sold more than 4 million copies internationally. Trails HD and Trials Evolution broke Xbox LIVE Arcade history by achieving highest grossing day one sales.
Ubisoft is a prestigious company that is a leading producer in developing, publishing, and distributing entertainment products internationally. Ubisoft has offices in 26 countries and sales going on in more than 55 countries worldwide; developing renown games such as: The Prince of Persia Series, Assassin’s Creed franchise, Just Dance and many more. Also some publishing has been done by Ubisoft for specific platforms such as Resident Evil 4 for PC. Ubisoft has committed themselves to manufacturing a superior quality of games for its consumer. Ubisoft has generated €1,256 million for the 2012-13 fiscal year.
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