Ubisoft at their E3 2019 press conference revealed Roller Champions. Roller Champions is a free-to-play, skill-based, team sports game. Players will be able to team up with two players and start having fun and competing in Roller Champions gameplay. Teams will compete against one another via speed, skills, and tackles while lapping the arena trying to be the first to score five points.

Roller Champions will release in 2020, but a PC demo is available through Uplay from June 10th – 14th. What do you think of the Roller Champions announcement? Tell us in the comment section below. Stay tuned to Gaming Access Weekly for more E3 information.

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I'm an old timer that started in 1988 with Tempest at the Disney arcade; in 1989 I was given an NES with Contra and Super Contra, thus sealing my fate forever. I moved onto the Genesis, followed by the original PlayStation, PC (mainly just for DOOM) and the N64. I got a launch day PS2 settling for the PlayStation family of consoles until 2015 when I renewed my interest in the PC world. Outside of gaming, custom PC water cooling and car parts are life.