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[hyperscape ubisoft release date]E3 2019 Leak: Ubisoft Will Announce New Roller Derby Game During Press Conference

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  It’s become standard procedure for Ubisoft games to leak ahead of their official announcement, and that’s happened again. As many have been proven to be true, that leads some credibility to this newest leak–that Ubisoft will announce a roller derby-themed multiplayer game at E3 2019. If so, we’ll be hearing about it in a matter of hours, as the Ubisoft E3 conference begins later today, June 10, at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET / 9 PM BST (6 AM AET on June 11). Another Ubisoft leak–Watch Dogs Legion–has already been confirmed by the publisher.

  According to the leak–first reported by Spiel Times via leaked assets and gameplay details, all of which have now appeared on ResetEra–Roller Champions is an upcoming multiplayer-focused roller derby game developed by Ubisoft. Visually, the in-game characters look an awful lot like Fortnite. However, the contained arenas surrounded by cheering fans, the assortment of different casual and ranked matches, and the controls are very similar to Rocket League. Just looking at the leaked footage, Roller Champions’ courses look like Rocket League’s arenas as well, with a sunny beach and in-door professional stadium among the playable tracks.

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  When Polygon reached out to a Ubisoft representative, the company responded that it does not comment on “rumors and speculation,” so nothing has been confirmed. Roller Champions is supposedly coming to Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch. However, no scheduled release date is included in the leak. If the leak happens to be true, and Ubisoft does announce Roller Champions during its E3 2019 press conference, a launch date would probably be announced then.

  During the company’s May 2019 financial earnings call, Ubisoft revealed it had three unannounced games scheduled to release between January and March 2020. Ubisoft didn’t supply many details for what the three games are, other than all three would be full-priced releases and all be different genres (a specific phrase used was “unique experiences”). A roller derby game is pretty unique for Ubisoft, so it’s possible Roller Champions is one of the three and thus scheduled to release in Q1 2020.

  E3 2019 Conference ScheduleMonday, June 10, 10 AM PT — PC Gaming ShowMonday, June 10, 12 PM PT — Limited Run Games Press ConferenceMonday, June 10, 1 PM PT — Ubisoft Press ConferenceMonday, June 10, 4:30 PM PT — Kinda Funny ShowcaseMonday, June 10, 6 PM PT — Square Enix Press ConferenceTuesday, June 11, 9 AM PT — Nintendo Direct ShowcaseMore E3 news:New Xbox console, Scarlett, revealedXbox Scarlett details: 8K, 120 FPS, SSDElden Ring is From Software and George RR Martin’s new gameCyberpunk 2077 release date announcedFinal Fantasy VII Remake announced