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PC version of 'Trials Fusion' delayed but given a beta

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Today, Ubisoft has announced that players who pre-purchase Trials Fusion for Windows PC through UPlay or "selected digital retailers" will gain access to a beta exclusive to that platform. It is unknown how long the testing will run but it will begin on March 21. Unlike the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Xbox 360 which will see the title release on April 16, PC will have to wait until for April 24.

'Trials Fusion' is set to be the largest game in the franchise.

The beta is said to launch with 14 tracks and two skill games with an update swapping things out every week. Those who are a fan of the online functionality will be happy to hear that it includes leaderboards and challenges.

Trials Fusion will be available through digital download for only $20. A physical version for Xbox One and PS4 will be purchasable at retail stores for $40. The increased price is due to the inclusion of the game's season pass which gives players access to six content packs planned to be released before April 2015.