Roller Champions was one of the handful of new titles that Ubisoft showed off during its E3 2019 press conference. What’s more, it even got a piece of the classic “and you can play… RIGHT NOW” action that we’ve come to expect from the show. A demo is now live giving you a glimpse of the basketball cross rollerblading action that the game brings, so here’s what you need to know about it.
How to Play the Roller Champions E3 Demo
Let’s kick things off with a quick point worth noting. First, the Roller Champions E3 demo is only available for one more day until June 14. As such, if you want to check it out, you better act fast.
To play the demo, you’ll first need to head to this link here. Next, you’ll have to sign in to your Uplay account (or create one). Once you’ve done that, you’ll then be informed that the demo has been added to your Uplay library. Then, it’s simply a case of either downloading Uplay (which it gives you a handy link to do), or launch it if you’ve already got it installed on your PC.
After signing into the Uplay launcher, you should see the Roller Champions demo waiting for you. Click on it, let it download and you’re away to enjoy the chaotic sport-based fun.
Anyone who gives the game a try during this brief demo period will be given a reward that they can redeem in the full game once it releases sometime in early 2020, and it’s pretty great fun, so we recommend you check it out for yourself.
Is the Roller Champions Demo on Xbox One and PS4?
Unfortunately, at this moment in time, Ubisoft has only released the demo on PC. That’s also the case for the full game’s release, which is only slated to come to PC and miss out Xbox One and PS4.
Are There More Demo’s or Beta Sessions Coming?
At this moment in time, Ubisoft has yet to announce any further demos for Roller Champions following this E3 demo. However, it may get another rollout (pardon the pun) sometime closer to its release, or when an official release date is announced.
What Is Roller Champions’ Release Date?
All that Ubisoft has stated in this regard is that the game will come sometime in 2020, but outside of that, we have no idea when. Here’s hoping we’ll get more information on the game and a concrete release date soon.
There’s no word yet on whether this might change somewhere further down the line, but chances are if the game proves to be a success, we’ll see Roller Champions come to consoles at some point.
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