Roller Champions closed beta sign ups are now open

Ubisoft has confirmed people can now sign up for the Roller Champions closed beta, and it will be available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The beta itself will begin on February 17th and run until March 1st, and Ubisoft+ subscribers on PC will be enrolled automatically. There is a caveat though as the closed beta will only be available to European countries with that list including Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and Norway.

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The beta will include the game modes of Ranked, Skatepark, Custom Match as well as some others. In the beta you will be able to create your own roller champion who can then complete a variety of contracts. The gameplay has also been tweaked with new moves added for the roller champions to pull off. The beta will have cross platform play enabled and you will be able to create teams of three with friends, or jump into matchmaking and join up with other players. If you choose to play on PC you can see the system requirements below.

Minimum system requirements:

OS: Windows 10 or newer Processor: 2.5GHz 4 cores NVIDIA GTX 970 or better / AMD Radeon 390 RAM: 4GB DirectX: 11 Peripherals: Xbox Controller, PS4 Controller, Mouse and Keyboard

Recommended system requirements:

OS: Windows 10 or newer Processor: 3GHz 8 cores NVIDIA GTSX 1060 or better / RX580 or better RAM: 8GB DirectX: 11 Peripherals: Xbox Controller, PS4 Controller, Mouse and Keyboard

Any progress made in the closed beta will not carry over to the final game but everyone who participates will be given the game title The Assistant which can be displayed in the final game. To register for the Roller Champions closed beta you will need to head on over to the official Roller Champions website.

Source: Ubisoft

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