Trials Fusion's Track Central Goes Cross-Platform

Trials Fusion’s Track Central is going cross-platform.

RedLynx Studio announced recently that Trials Fusion’s custom track sharing platform is going cross-platform, meaning that you can download user-created paths on PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 or PC.

“We’re going cross platform with Track Central, immediately for all new tracks and in the long run, retroactively for every custom track created since launch. Track builders will be able to share all their newest creations automatically across all available platforms. If the builder has a second account, connected by Uplay across multiple platforms, the track will show as created by them on any platforms they have Uplay access. If the track builder does not have Uplay access on multiple platforms, the creator name will show as FusionShared.”

All upcoming tracks will be available on all platforms, but the previous ones will take some time to become cross-platform. The developer also warned from unequal track performance on various platforms, “as the building community adjusts to their new audience you may notice more frame drops or other performance issues than usual on Track Central.”

Another new feature is a Community Recommended tab, which will put “the power in the community’s hands to recommend a slice of hot awesome from the track central catalog.”

“We’re happy to introduce you to the brand new Community Recommended feed. We’re going to be putting the power in the community’s hands to recommend a slice of hot awesome from the track central catalog into a neat little package.”

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