We could have almost predicted the fate of Roller Champions since its beta launch. The game never had an enthusiastic following, and today we learn that Ubisoft had to end support for the title just months after its release.
Roller champions only live a few months
Roller Champions Announced in 2019 and after some delays, the game was finally released on May 25, 2022 in a free version with microtransactions. But free-to-play never found its audience and still seems pretty desolate today. According to Jeff Grubb, Ubisoft needs to stop this game soon.
It’s in a recent podcast XboxEra The reporter spoke. According to him, Ubisoft’s roller derby game should end after season 3.
Ubisoft recently pointed out that the game outperformed Hyperscape, another free-to-play game from the publisher. stoppedAlso, because of the lack of success.
If Roller Champions is discontinued after Season 3, the title will only have a few months left to play before Ubisoft no longer supports it.
This week, Ubisoft announced Canceled Ghost Recon: Frontline, Splinter Cell VR and two other games And this Avatar: The Borderlands of Pandora has been postponed to 2023. The company hasn’t finished any free-to-play games, however, since then Section: Heartland And XDefiant are still on the agenda.
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