It seems like Ubisoft‘s free-to-play skating sport Roller Champions could possibly be coming to Nintendo Switch, according to a new listing.
As reported by Eurogamer, the listing comes from a new UK Nintendo eShop listing the place it states that Roller Champions is coming to the console immediately, on June 21.
The listing additionally confirmed that this model of the sport can be free-to-play as effectively. Nintendo has but to formally announce the sport’s launch on Switch, however its seemingly affirmation will come someday immediately.
Roller Champions launched final month on May 25 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. It was introduced again in 2019 and was initially scheduled for an early 2021 launch till it was delayed.
Back in March 2022, Ubisoft introduced that the new launch of early 2022 would even be delayed and as an alternative acquired a late spring launch.
Roller Champions finds two groups of three gamers as they race round a monitor and take a look at to receive the ball. Players want to sort out opponents, wall-skate, and dunk the ball of their opponents’ aim so as to rating.
More factors could be obtained by finishing further laps earlier than making an attempt a aim and after every match, gamers will acquire followers to compete in greater arenas. Customisable characters are additionally accessible.
In NME‘s preliminary preview of the sport, Andy Brown mentioned: “Roller Champions can feel a bit shallow at times, but the game has plenty of shine – in its own weird way. Ubisoft’s real test will be to see whether it’s created a sport interesting enough for fans to latch onto, but for now it’s a free-to-play joy ride to throw away an evening on.”
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