Ubisoft assures players Roller Champions isn’t canceled despite rumors

. Last updated: July 26, 2022

Ubisoft has denied rumors that Roller Champions will be canceled, with the developer doubling down on big plans for the game’s future. It was originally reported that development would be halted to support other projects such as Assassin’s Creed: Rift.

Roller Champions, the 3v3 roller skating game released by Ubisoft in May, got off to a good start but with little fanfare.

Amid the news of Assassin’s Creed Rift delays, this led fans to think the project was a failure and would be canceled after it was mentioned on the XboxEra Podcast.

However, the hypothetical question posed to insiders like Jeff Grubb and others was met with a firm stance from Ubisoft – they will continue to support the fighting game even if new content is delayed.

“What the Roller Champions development team is doing is making sure that we focus on what our players have told us needs improvement and that supersedes all other priorities.” Ubisoft announced this on Twitter.

They continue by assuring players: “We can tell you that we have exciting things planned for next season.

“However, we strongly believe that before releasing new content, we must do the right thing with our players.”

With this public statement, the Ubisoft team is trying to kill two birds with one stone: reassuring players that improvements are coming and denying cancellation claims.

Although now debunked, the Roller Champions Cancellation rumors didn’t come entirely out of the blue. The developer has been plagued by numerous cancellations for other games like Ghost Recon Frontline.

https://www.dexerto.com/gaming/ubisoft-assures-players-roller-champions-isnt-canceled-despite-rumors-1883197/ Ubisoft assures players Roller Champions isn’t canceled despite rumors

Emma James

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