‘Roller Champions’ Arrives for PC and Consoles Very Soon

Source: Ubisoft

If you’re one of those gamers who enjoy playing PvP sports games with your friends or relatives, it sure means you must give Roller Champions a try! And you’ll have that chance very soon, as Ubisoft made the announcement that the game is coming out on May 25 for PC and consoles.

The consoles that will get Roller Champions are those that you already have in mind: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, as well as their next-gen successors via backward compatibility.

‘Roller Champions’ is a FREE game

What even better incentive could you possibly have at this point to make you even more motivated to play the game other than the fact that you don’t need to invest any money for it? ‘Roller Champions is free-to-play!

Regardless of what platform you use for your gaming, playing Roller Champions will also be cross-play. That means that you’ll easily get to play with friends without worrying if they use the same platform as you or not.

Ubisoft even explains the gameplay in Roller Champions:

In each match, you and two teammates will face off against another team of three in an elliptical arena. The goal is straightforward – reach five points before your opponents do – and the basics are easy to grasp. Keep control of the ball by skating and passing, steal it from your opponents with a well-timed tackle, and make a full lap of the arena to open up the goal and take your shot.

However, there’s no use becoming upset just yet if you don’t have a PlayStation or Xbox console, nor a PC that has the right hardware. ‘Roller Champions’ will also become available for Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia, and Amazon Luna at a later time. We don’t have any idea about when exactly that time will be, but you should definitely stay tuned to find out more!

Cristian Antonescu
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