A PS4 trailer for Trials Fusion depicts the high-flying feats players will need to pull off to climb the leaderboards, and the bone-crunching crashes waiting when they fail.
Up to four players can compete locally, and online leaderboards let players compare their progress against friends and the world at large. The Trials series is known for intense difficulty and brutal physics-enabled crashes, and it appears that Fusion carries on that legacy.
The Trials Fusion release date is April 16 on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS4, marking the first time the series has appeared on a Sony console. The PC version will release on April 24, with a beta open until then.
The digital download will cost £15.99, while a physical version including the base game and a season pass will be available from April 17. The season pass will be available separately for £15.99, offering access to six post-launch DLC packs containing new tracks, bike parts, rider gear and items.
CVG's recent Trials Fusion preview said the game "feels necessary and immediate. It feels like a game that can leave its predecessors in the dust and if you're one of the many, many people who became slightly addicted to them, you'll know what a recommendation that is."