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These games held some promise, but whether they were above average or downright bad, they all disappointed in various ways.
The franchise finally returns to Steam, just in time for the release of The Last Chapter. Anno 1800 and Roller Champions are also coming.
Contrary to recent leaks, Ubisoft says Roller Champions is not getting cancelled, though its current season is being extended as the development team prioritizes addressing player feedback.
Despite launching in May, the free-to-play multiplayer title's days are already numbered as per Giant Bomb's Jeff Grubb.
As part of its Disco Fever season, Roller Champions has gotten a new map. Set in Staten Island, the map is a disco-styled skating rink named Liberty Arena.
Highly anticipated sequels, titles with long development times, interesting games that fell flat - 2022 is rife with disappointment.
Alongside that, Ubisoft has also confirmed that its free-to-play title is now also available on PC via the Epic Games Store.
Currently available for Xbox, PlayStation and PC, the action sports title could see a stealth release tomorrow for Nintendo's platform.
Roller Champions’ commendable foundation delivers some good fun but loses steam far too quickly.
The stylish, free-to-play 3v3 sports title is playable on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC via Ubisoft Connect.
The free-to-play game will feature cross-play and cross-progression support. Switch and Stadia versions will arrive later.
The long-in-development and frequently delayed free-to-play game is set to launch on May 25, according to a recent leak.
An update to the Xbox Insider Hub's backend seems to have spilled the beans on the frequently-delayed Roller Champions' release date.
The long-delayed free-to-play sports title is launching "soon", as Ubisoft tells fans to "keep your eyes open" for more details.
Known insider Tom Henderson claims Ubisoft is planning announcements and updates for as many as 20 games, and many of these could possibly arrive in a single big event.
Ubisoft says in a statement announcing the delay that it will "need a bit more time to deliver the successful game you deserve."
Ubisoft's multiplayer sports title, first announced back in 2019, could finally be close to releasing, having been rated by the ESRB.
Ubisoft touts a "solid and well-diversified line-up" with premium and F2P titles.
Europeans on PS4, Xbox One, and PC can try out the multiplayer title.