Ubisoft's upcoming free-to-play team-based sports game Roller Champions will launch sometime in 2020. The game's Closed Alpha start and end dates along with some new features have been announced. The players who take part in the Closed Alpha will get an exclusive in-game reward.
Roller Champions' Closed Alpha dates have been announced. The free-to-play team-based sports game where players skate, pass, dodge and score in a fan-packed arena is currently in development by Ubisoft and will launch sometime in 2020.
Players can sign up now * for a chance to play the Roller Champions Closed Alpha which will kick off on 11 March at 5:00 p.m. GMT and end on 23 March. The Closed Alpha will be available on Uplay for PC.
Roller Champions is Ubisoft's new IP with its focus on fast-paced team PvP gameplay - on wheels. The game will see two teams of three players going head to head in arenas around the world.
The arenas will be packed with crowds of adoring fans of the peculiar sport that asks its players to acquire the ball, pass it to teammates, dodge and tackle opponents to score a goal in the illuminated hoop that appears above the rink.
The game's upcoming Closed Alpha will grant the players a chance to give the developers some feedback while earning themselves an exclusive in-game reward that they can keep when the game launches.
Roller Champions features:
- Character Customisation: Players can create a character and choose from a list of 70 items to customise their character including gloves, skates, clothes and helmet/hairstyles.
- New Arena: Curvature, elevation and other environmental elements provide improved navigation and gameplay, and players will be able to experience the biggest arena yet, Chichén Itzá.
- New Moves: Players can check out exciting moves, including the extended tackle and the air tackle, as well as new team moves like the grapple boost, grapple double jump and grapple double pump.
*The Closed Alpha is available for players worldwide at all times subject to availability, technical and/or other constraints with the only exceptions being Mainland China, Korea and Japan, where this current test phase will not be available.