New Ubisoft IP 'Roller Champions' leaks ahead of E3 2019

What you need to know

  • Ubisoft may announce a new roller derby game at E3 2019.
  • Leaked images reveal a game called "Roller Champions."
  • The title appears to be coming to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
  • More should be revealed during the publisher's media briefing in June.

Updated June 10, 2019: Roller Champions was confirmed at E3 2019.

Aside from publishing major "AAA" games like Assassin's Creed and Far Cry, Ubisoft is known for smaller experiences like Hungry Shark and Trials. While there were a lot of rumors that the company would unveil a new title at E3 2019, it seems like the game has properly leaked before its reveal. As expected, "Roller Champions" is based off of roller derby and looks quite intense. The visuals are highly stylized, and give the title a unique appearance.

According to a report by Nintendo Life, the game so far appears to be coming to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. More platforms may be announced in June when the title is officially revealed at the publisher's media briefing.

The images originally appeared on ResetEra and Spiel Times.

The images originally appeared on ResetEra and Spiel Times.

Not much is known about the game, but you should be able to play it with your friends. As with any such leak, take it with a grain of salt until we receive official confirmation.

Are you excited to play a roller derby game? This is definitely a unique project that should garner some attention. We definitely love the sport here at Windows Central.

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