Ubisoft Montreal's ROLLER CHAMPIONS Will Arrive on PS4, XBO, Switch, PC, and Mobile Devices in Early 2021
Mechanic: Bartosz Sobczak
Category: Sports Games
Ubisoft has some upsetting news for those who just can't wait to play the full version of Roller Champions — which was announced back in June 2019 — as the original sports game will no longer hit stores this year.
Although Ubisoft Montreal's action-packed free-to-play game was supposed to make its big debut at some point this year, it will now release for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, and mobile devices in early 2021.
The Rocket League–inspired title may have been delayed, but the Canadian team is still planning to give you a chance to enter the Roller Champions arena ahead of a full launch next year. Starting this October, players will be able to learn a whole lot more about the production's core features thanks to the Blueprint Initiative.
According to the renowned Assassin's Creed Valhalla creators, Blueprints will "delve into different parts of the game’s design – gameplay, lore, art and more! They’ll take the form of dev diaries and interviews. But Blueprints are not just for showing behind-the-scenes info, we also want to start a discussion with you through voting and different activities!" — and the last part suggests that the French publisher will announce at least one more closed (or perhaps even open) beta for Roller Champions down the line.
To learn more about the so-called Blueprint Initiative, take a look at this all-new trailer for Roller Champions:
Roller Champions is a free-to-play, skill-based, team PvP sports game – the next "must-play" competitive online experience. Welcome to 2029. Roller Champions arenas are built all over the world and fans rush to the stands to admire their modern-day heroes, the Roller Champions. They roll up to 100 miles an hour, dash into opponents with visceral impact, wall-skate to the sky, and dunk while thousands of fans scream their names.
Roller Champions is coming to PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, and mobile devices in early 2021.