Rocket League Sideswipe is getting a mobile release with great fanfare. Find out all he should know about the game.
A few months ago, we learned that a mobile version of the popular car game Rocket League was on its way to mobile. Pysonix today announced the game will be available on iOS and Android to the delight of game fans, who will now be able to play it on the go, although this was already partially possible on the Nintendo Switch. Check out the latest trailer shared by the studio below.
Those who already know Rocket League on PC or consoles will not be confused. In terms of gameplay, we remain very loyal to the original game version. Players can compete in 1v1 or 2v2 games, in an enclosed arena with the sole objective of scoring goals with the ball. To do this, you can use boosters, jump or even do some tricks that will increase your chances of winning.
In terms of visuals, we also stay on the same track with customizable cars, cosmetics that you can buy or win, and different stadiums according to your décor desires. Despite all these similarities, Rocket League Sideswipe is a completely independent version of the original game. This means that there will be no crossover or crossover between the two titles.
The game also works with the season and battle pass mode. The more games you play online, the more rewards you unlock in the season pass. Psyonix also states that the title ” Also includes competitive seasons. Rise as high as you can in the leaderboards in the competitive mode for each season and earn player titles based on your rank at the end of the season ».
After a few weeks of testing, it looks like the latest version of Rocket League Sideswipe is ready for an international release. You can already download the game from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store on Android smartphones and tablets. Like the other props, the game is completely free, and contains in-app purchases for all cosmetic parts. For info, Rocket League is also available on PC, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch.
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