It’s Gamekings before the letter. What started as Jelle and Koos’ first rounds in Ubisoft’s new game: Roller Champions turned into a karaoke night with Amor FM. Just because it is possible. Still seriously. In Roller Champions, two teams, each consisting of three players, compete in a battle to get the ball into the goal as quickly and as often as possible. You do this by conquering the ball, keeping it in your team’s possession, leading it around the playing field, and then throwing it into the goal. It sounds easy, but it isn’t. Jelle and Koos quickly discovered it in this Roller Champions Let’s Play.
How do you become a champion?
There are several types of games in Roller Champions. You can learn the controls by playing the tutorial, you can freestyle in the skate park, you can play normal matches and much more. In other words, the game offers several options that you can focus on as a player. Do you just want to dive in and learn the commands along the way? Then you immediately dive into the normal matches. Do you want to know the controls in a more relaxed way? Then the skate park is for you. Or do you want to be a little more taken by the hand? Then there is a tutorial that can make you a potential champion. At least that’s the point.
The next esports success?
More and more games are trying to get big among competitive gamers and esports players. Roller Champions also wants to bid for this. Although several developers and publishers have tried to do this, it is more difficult than expected. There are a lot of games to name that have tried, but desperately failed. Does Roller Champions have a chance of success, unlike other new competitive games? Jelle and Koos have their first impressions of Roller Champions Let’s Play and it apparently worked on their vocal muscles.