On Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
Ubisoft is throwing open the doorways to Curler Champions – its free-to-play team-based skater – subsequent month, with a European-exclusive closed beta for gamers on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
Curler Champions, in the event you’re unfamiliar, is Ubisoft’s stab at creating the type of raucous, knockabout sports activities mash-up that is made Rocket League such a perennial favorite, and it performs one thing like a fast-paced hybrid of aggressive roller-skating, hockey, and soccer.
Every recreation see two groups of three gamers hurtling round a observe in an try and wrestle the ball from each other. When the ball is lastly in a group’s possession, they should full at the very least one lap earlier than pelting it into the purpose. Further factors may be earned by holding onto the ball for a number of laps earlier than taking a profitable shot.
Eurogamer’s Chris Tapsell had extraordinarily optimistic issues to say about Curler Champions when he went hands-on with the sport not lengthy after its E3 2019 unveiling, calling it “truthfully one of many demos I discovered hardest to tear myself away from.”
These sufficiently intrigued by the premise will now have the chance to take an expanded, enhanced model of Curler Champions for a spin by way of its newly introduced European closed beta, which is able to run from 5pm UK time on seventeenth February to 1st March at 9pm.
Registration is barely open to gamers in a choose variety of European nations, as detailed on the Curler Champions web site, however eligible events can sign-up right now.