Ubisoft has finally prepared its roller skating game for launch

Back in 2019, Ubisoft unveiled the Roller Champions, a team-based roller skating game reminiscent of the Rocket League. After the unveiling, however, the game encountered several problems, but now the development team has finally set a final release date.

Roller Champions has been given a date.

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Via the game’s latest trailer, Ubisoft says that Roller Champions will be launched on 25 May. The game will be completely free to play, on PC via Ubisoft Connect, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S.

The game supports gaming across all platforms, and you take with you your progress no matter what machine you are playing on. Ubisoft has also promised versions for Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android, but these have not been given a date.

In terms of gaming, Roller Champions offers matches between two teams of three players. You mill around an oval track on roller skates, and compete to throw the ball through a small circle on one of the side walls.

It all worked pretty well when we tested the game in 2019.

– Roller Champions was fun to play, not least because it is something completely new. To come out victorious from a small push, roll as fast as you can and then score is digg, and I would like to continue the test we completed, Andreas Bjørnbekk wrote at the time.

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