Ubisoft’s upcoming roller-derby-meets-Rocket-League sport Roller Champions has been delayed. Ubi stated final 12 months that Curler Champions could be out in its 2022-23 fiscal 12 months which ends on March 31, 2022, however a message posted on the sport’s Discord server says it is going to want a bit extra time.
“After evaluating each doable situation, the group has concluded that they are going to want a bit extra time to ship the profitable sport you deserve,” the message states. “We imagine it is the suitable choice to correctly honor your pleasure (and our personal!) for the sport and the aggressive scene you’ve got began round our beta.
“We’re onerous at work for the wait to be price your confidence in Curler Champions as the sport is getting nearer to launch each day. We all know that a lot of you have got been following the event of the sport for some time now and to showcase our appreciation of your continued assist, we needed to ensure you get this information first: Curler Champions will likely be releasing this late spring.”
Curler Champions gave the impression of a possible winner after we first checked out it in mid-2019. It took Phil not more than two video games to make an enemy throughout his preview time with the sport, and that alone is intriguing, however it’s run into some blockers since: An expected launch in 2021 did not occur, and whereas a closed beta happened early that 12 months, we actually have not heard a lot about it since. Hopefully the comparatively quick length of this delay signifies that it will likely be the final one.
Curiously, the delay announcement has not but appeared on the Curler Champions web site or social media channels. I’ve reached out to Ubisoft for affirmation and can replace if I obtain a reply.