"Roller Champions" is a free-to-play sports video game by Ubisoft, developed by Ubisoft Montreal.
Here are "Roller Champions" video game trailer, gameplay, features, release date, download and everything we know so far.
Ubisoft on Wednesday, May 25, 2022 released the trailer for "Roller Champions" you can watch here:
Kickoff Season Gameplay Launch Trailer | Roller Champions.
Here is a short review of "Roller Champions" video game gameplay features.
Roller Champions is a 3v3 competitive multiplayer sports game played from a third-person perspective. In the game, two teams of players compete against each other to earn five points within seven minutes by throwing a ball into a goal. In order to score, a player must gain possession of the ball and skate at least one lap without being interrupted by opponents. Subsequent laps can be completed by other teammates by passing the ball to them. Players can earn more points per goal by completing more laps, though their progress will be lost when they are stopped by opponents. When one team gains possession of the ball, another team must try to tackle and knock over their opponents, though such attacks can be dodged. Players gain more followers when they win a match, which will allow players to compete in matches with larger crowds. The player avatars and their gears, as well as fans' outfits, can be freely customized with various cosmetic items.
"Roller Champions" video game release date was scheduled to be on May 25, 2022 published by Ubisoft.
Roller Champions is a multiplayer video game.
Roller Champions uses Unity engine.
Roller Champions is available for the following platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series.
More information on where to buy and download "Roller Champions" video game, also reviews of gameplay features and game requirements you can get on the following websites.
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