Trials Fusion: Riders of the Rustlands DLC out now

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The first DLC pack for Trials Fusion – titled Riders of the Rustlands – is now out, complete with a shiny launch trailer.

Riders of the Rustlands offers 10 new tracks for the fall-off-your-bike simulator: six Classic Trials tracks, two new Supercross tracks, one Skill Game, and one FMX track. There are 18 new track challenges offering secret features, secret mini-games, and other secret wotsits, as well as five new achievements and a bunch of new stuff for the track editor.

As the name implies, Riders of the Rustlands takes you outside the city. Judging by the trailer below, there’s a good mix of industrial, desert, and snow environments, at the very least.

Riders of the Rustlands can be yours right now, for £3.99.


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