Roller Champions, Ubisoft's free-to-play PvP roller skating game, has been released on May25

Roller Champions, Ubisoft's free-to-play PvP roller skating game, has been released on May25

Roller Champions, the free-to-play PvP roller skating game developed by Ubisoft, is now available on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC via the Ubisoft store on May 25. This news comes along with a new cinematic trailer showing off some of the characters featured in the fast-paced sports action game.

For those who desire to get their hands on the title but aren''t familiar with those particular platforms, the game will also launch on the Nintendo Switch, the Epic Games Store, Amazon Luna, and Stadia at a later date. The game will also include cross play and progression from the start, thus you will be able to hop between several platforms if you cannot pick one.

The game is a three-versus-three PvP game in which two teams battle it out in an arena. It is a goal-focused competition where both teams battle to score five points first in order to win. You can grab the ball and pass it between your opponents, as well as rip it off by tackling them to the ground.

Roller Champions'' advantage is that you cant just run up and score a goal as soon as you get your hands on the ball. This way, you must make a full lap of the arena before the opponent''s goal begins. This means you will be racing around and tracking other players down once the game finishes.

The game, as you might expect, is a live service title. This means it will be launching with a free Roller Pass with a wide range of cosmetics for your skater, as well as a premium pass with additional gear you will not be able to acquire via any other means. There is also a skatepark hub, where you can hang out and show off your unique look to other similar players.

What do you think of Roller Champions? Do you think it will continue to compete in larger live service titles right now? Do you think it will follow Hyperscape''s and other games that have come before? Let us know below!

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