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Quads being roller-skates, for those not in the know (there's also actually inline skates and variations on speed skates). And this game, Roller Champions, has been in the oven for quite some time (I played it at the last major IRL event I ever attended, Gamescom 2019). Over the past little while it has enjoyed living with select players in a pre-release state where the devs have been working with that community to craft the best possible version of Roller Champions for eventual release, which it can no be revealed is happening this month.

In fact, it's actually next week, on May 25 for all platforms, with a Nintendo Switch release planned at a later date.

Here's the official release info:
In Roller Champions, players compete in two teams of three to be the first to reach five points by throwing the ball in the goal. But there is more to it: the more laps you make around the elliptical arena, the more points you will get, provided your team maintains ball possession. Speed along the arena walls, use several tackling manoeuvres efficiently and work with your teammates to claim victory over your opponents and roll up to glory.

By winning matches and climbing the leaderboards, the doors of increasingly renowned stadiums and leagues will open, all the way up to the Elite Champions’ league. Along their journey, players will have the opportunity to gain fans, discover new maps, compete in time-limited game modes, and fully customise their Champion as they see fit. In addition to the many unlockable items, exclusive cosmetic rewards can be acquired with the Roller Pass each season.

Rollers Champions can be played alone with similarly skilled opponents through the cross-play matchmaking system, or with friends. To pursue your quest to glory on the same profile wherever you are, cross-progression is also available on all platforms. And thanks to the skatepark, which acts as a social hub, players can meet up and practice, or simply enjoy a few minigames together.
We've seen with Riders Republic how successful Ubisoft is at nurturing and fostering community-lead games, and in Roller Champions, that looks to be the direction it's heading in.

Check out the trailer above, and stay tuned for more in the coming weeks as the game releases out into the wild.

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