‘Trials Fusion’ Resolution, Day One Patch Details Revealed

by Gabe Carey

60 frames-per-second on every platform.

In an email from Ubisoft’s PR containing our review code for the game, we have officially received details on how Trials Fusion will look on each platform. As their first game to release on multiple platforms at launch, it seems that RedLynx has successfully mastered the art of multiplatform development. As expected, the PS4 and PC versions of the game will be running at 1080p while the Xbox One version will run at 900p after the game’s day one patch. On the other hand, the Xbox 360 version of Trials Fusion will run in native 600p, “like all leading games on the platform”, with each version of the game running at a constant 60 frames-per-second.

Additionally, the game’s day one patch has been detailed, which will increase the resolution of the Xbox One version from 800p to 900p, and will improve the frame-rate of the PS4 version. Other fixes will deal with track central issues, leaderboard issues, and  replays not being in sync. The game will release physically and digitally on Xbox One, PS4, and Xbox 360 on April 16th, with the PC version coming later on the 24th. Our review of Trials Fusion will go up on April 16th, accompanying the game’s official release.

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9 thoughts on “‘Trials Fusion’ Resolution, Day One Patch Details Revealed”

  1. We all just need too wait for the NDA with AMD to expire in 2017 which allows Microsoft 2 release the second GPU unlocking codes for developers’, so they can make 1080p games!!!
    Until then , we as xbox owners will stand strong and say 720p to 900p is all we need anyway with tv viewing achievement’s our main enjoyment as we Skype each other that true HD resolution is over-rated + gaming is so 90’s.

    1. Amen to that brother! oh and everybody knows the differences between 1080p and 900p doesnt exist, its just some marketing ploy. Oh and the cloud and dedicated servers thats where its at! And we xbox gamers dont czare about res or graphics, but we cant wait til DX12 brings with it 1080p/60fps in every game and Ryse-like graphics to every game (cuz we all know Ryse is the best looking game EVA!). While that stupid Pony box just sits there and stagnants, yuck! Ponies!!!

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