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Trials Fusion multiplayer coming early 2015

Ubisoft has announced multiplayer functionality will be coming to Trials Fusion in early 2015.
 
Online multiplayer will be coming to Trials Fusion as a free update early next year, allowing four players per race on the Xbox 360, or up to eight players per race on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
 
If you’re playing on PC, you can test out the online multiplayer in the beta, which starts today.
 
However, until then, you’ll be able to satisfy yourself with the new Team update, which arrives for all platforms today.
 
Teams can have up to 50 members and can be personalised with a name and an emblem. Team members will be able to race each other in private matches when the online multiplayer goes live next year.
 
There will be three online multiplayer modes available when the update is released.
 
The first is Online X-Supercross, which will see up to eight players race on three random tracks.
 
The second is the aforementioned private games, which support up to eight players. But the difference is you can choose which tracks to race and the race parameters themselves.
 
The third and final online multiplayer mode style is a private game with a spectator. Players not taking part in the race can choose the tracks and parameters.
 
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