Ubisoft’s Curler Champions is lastly being launched subsequent week on Might 25, virtually three years after its preliminary reveal at E3 2019.
The free to play, fast-paced curler derby sport (with splashes of Rocket League and Tony Hawk’s Professional Skater) was as a result of be launched in early 2020 however suffered a number of delays, with the latest being in February 2022.
However following a number of rounds of alpha and beta testing, as Ubisoft likes to do with its multiplayer video games, Curler Champions is lastly able to launch subsequent week for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
Swap customers should wait a bit longer, nonetheless, as the sport nonetheless has no launch date on Nintendo’s platform, alongside the Epic Video games Retailer, Stadia, and Amazon Luna variations.
Curler Champions sees gamers battle in groups of three to race round curler derby tracks whereas in possession of a ball, with a profitable rating on the finish of every lap granting some extent. Whichever workforce is first to 5 factors, or has essentially the most factors on the finish of the match, wins.
The sport additionally features a Battle Go that has each free and premium (purchasable) tiers, letting gamers unlock helmets, outfits, skates, emotes, and so forth.
Cross-progression will let gamers proceed their character and Battle Go progress when switching between PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
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