Ubisoft has released the first "major" Trials Fusion update.
The free update introduces online tournaments to the racing game, while also making ten player-created tracks available cross-platform through Track Central.
Tournaments will run for a limited time and give players multiple opportunities to place on the leaderboards to win rider gear, bike parts, in-game cash and experience points.
Ubisoft also plans to release six premium DLC packs containing new tracks, bike parts, rider gear and items. They'll begin rolling out this summer and will be available to purchase standalone or collectively in the form of a £15.99 season pass.
Additionally, a Trials Fusion demo for Xbox One is now available to download.
CVG's Trials Fusion review called the game "a fearsome challenge, but also Trials' most accessible outing".
Ubisoft released a new Trials Frontier update last week. Available now on iOS devices, with an Android launch due in July, the update introduces a new mission called Home Sweet Home, plus 11 fresh tracks and more customisation options, from outfits to bike paint jobs.