Ubisoft has released its long-delayed sports game Roller champions last month on PC, PlayStation and Xbox, and Nintendo Switch players are about to join the fray. A UK eShop listing spotted by Nintendo Life first indicated that the free-to-play title will be released on the hybrid console on June 21. The publisher announced a new season, called Disco Feverwill launch on the same day and it was mentioned that the game will be available on Switch and the Epic Games Store.
However, Roller champions is not listed in the showcase of either platform in North America at the time of writing. It is available to download from the New Zealand eShop, although. I got the game from there, but I haven’t been able to login. The Switch servers may not be online yet. cafe-madrid has contacted Ubisoft for details on the rollout.
When Ubisoft announced the release date for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox, it said a Switch version was on the way, along with Stadia and Amazon Luna editions. It seems Roller champions will arrive on those cloud gaming platforms later.
In any case, the roller-derby-with-a-ball game will see some stiff competition on the free-to-play front this week. Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout will also arrive on Switch, Xbox, and the Epic Store on June 21, as it becomes a free title.
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