August 15, 2022

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Roller Champions, the high-speed, free-to-play sports stadium game is out now on Xbox One and...

Roller Champions, the high-speed, free-to-play sports stadium game is out now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S (via backward compatibility). Lace up your skates and roll up to glory in this all-new PvP experience.

Roller Champions’ 3v3 matches challenge players to take the ball and keep it for one lap before shooting and scoring in a hoop. You can skate additional laps before scoring to earn more points, but remember that a high reward comes with high risk – if your opponents knock the ball out of your possession before you score, you’ll lose all your progress. You’ll need to master your teamwork and skating skills to handle breakneck speeds, pivot and dodge tackles, and even wall-skate your way to victory.

When your opponents have the ball, you’ll have to do everything in your power to steal possession of the ball by tackling them, intercepting their passes, or blocking their shots to stop them from scoring. The first team to score five points wins.

As your skills grow, so will your career. The better you play during a match, the more fans you’ll gain, eventually securing your place as a world-renowned athlete. The more fans you have, the more Roller progression you earn, giving players the chance to unlock awesome rewards. Players earn fans by completing matches, claiming daily bonuses, and completing sponsor quests.

Roller Champions also has a ranked mode, which will take you from humble beginnings in the Garage League all the way to the top: the Elite Champions League. To help grow your virtual career, you can also participate in limited-time game modes that will reward you with additional fans or special lootballs.

Roller Champions isn’t just a competitive scene – its social hub gives players a chance to roll around and meet other players. The Skatepark lets you skate around and have fun, or sharpen your competitive skills, like skating up the wall or practicing your aim. Other players can even teach you new tricks, and you can play limited-time minigames.

As your Roller Champions experience progresses, you’ll also be able to unlock new items like skates, helmets, attire, emotes, and more, and through the Roller Pass can earn season-exclusive items and wheels, the in-game currency. If you’re looking to grow your in-game community, you can invite friends to join Roller Champions, unlocking cool rewards in the process.

Roller Champions is free-to-play and out now on Xbox One, and playable via backwards compatibility on Xbox Series X|S. Get your team together, and get ready to roll up to glory with Roller Champions.

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