At E3 2019, Ubisoft announced Roller Champions which is a competitive free to play game for multiple platforms. It has since been confirmed for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, and PC. It has a very colourful aesthetic and has a competitive focus with multiple styles of gameplay. At Ubisoft Forward for September 2020, Ubisoft showcased a bit of news for It is going to be interesting to see how Roller Champions is shown off in the next coming months through Ubisoft’s new Blueprint Initiative. This will allow the developers to reveal more about the game through developer diaries, interviews, and more that cover gameplay, art, lore, and other aspects of Roller Champions. Watch the Ubisoft Forward Roller Champions Blueprint Initiative video below:
Roller Champions had a closed alpha for PC via uPlay earlier this year. As of now, no new information barring the Roller Champions Blueprint Initiative and the release window of early 2021 has been announced for the game. I’ll definitely give this a shot when it arrives on Nintendo Switch and iOS. Roller Champions is scheduled for early 2021 on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, and PC platforms. Ubisoft will probably also bring it to PS5 and Xbox Series X given the release window. What do you think of Roller Champions so far and what wouuld you like to see from Ubisoft’s free to play competitive sports game?