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Roller Champions, Ubisoft’s New Free-to-Play PvP Game Sets Release Date

Roller Champions, Ubisoft’s New Free-to-Play PvP Game Sets Release Date

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Today, Ubisoft announces that Roller Champions will be released on May 25, 2022. The free-to-play team-based PvP sports game will be available on PC and consoles (except for Nintendo Switch which is coming later).

In Roller Champions, players compete in two teams of three to be the first to reach five points by shooting the ball into the goal. But there’s more: the more laps you make around the elliptical arena, the more points you’ll get, as long as your team keeps possession of the ball. Speed ​​along the walls of the arena, use various boarding maneuvers efficiently, and work with your teammates to claim victory over your opponents and roll your way to glory.

Winning matches and climbing the leaderboards will open the doors to more and more renowned stadiums and leagues, right up to the elite Champions League. Throughout their journey, players will have the opportunity to gain fans, discover new maps, compete in limited-time game modes, and fully customize their Champion however they see fit. In addition to the many unlockable items, exclusive cosmetic rewards can be purchased with the Roller Pass each season.

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Roller Champions can be played solo, with equally skilled opponents through the cross-play matchmaking system, or with friends. To continue your quest for glory on the same profile wherever you are, cross-progression is also available on all platforms. And thanks to the Skatepark, which acts as a social hub, players can get together and practice, or just enjoy some mini-games together.




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Luciano Mezher

Film critic and founder of the digital magazine visiondelcine.com. Video game lover from the family in the cradle to a Gamer PC in the living room. I’m still hoping to see Half-Life 3. ñ