Ubisoft Releases Free-To-Play Roller Sports Game ‘Roller Champions’ On May 25

by Sage Ashford

Ubisoft Montreal is gearing up to launch a new free-to-play title, Roller Champions, on May 25th. The game is a 3v3 roller-sports title, with players focusing on who can keep the ball and run the most laps before scoring.

Roller Champions made its first appearance during E3 2019, and was initially meant to release early 2021. But the game saw a delay after going into closed beta testing last year, pushing it into to now.

Roller Champions will also offer cross-progression so players can maintain their progress no matter what platform they’re playing on. Ubisoft discusses other features present in the game:

GATHER YOUR TEAM AND COMPETE Team up with two players and dive into fun Roller Champions gameplay, which combines competitive action and collaborative team play. Go head-to-head against the opposing team through speed, wit, crushing tackles, and daring dodges to lap around the arena and be the first team to reach 5 points by throwing the ball through the hoop.

FROM ZERO TO HERO – BUILD A LIFE OF A WORLD-RENOWNED ATHLETE Start your sports career as the underdog and roll up to glory as you win matches .Obtain more fans in the arena stands as you complete spectacular actions and progress to bigger stadiums.

CREATE AND FULLY CUSTOMIZE YOUR SPORT LEGEND Create your own character and customize your outfit as you progress. Unlock new gear, including wheels, knee pads, helmets, and shoulder plates. Customize your fans with dedicated outfits and group animations.

Roller Champions launches for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and on PC via the Ubisoft Store on May 25th.

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