Rocket League Switch is out now!

James Marshall
November 15, 2017

Vehicular kickabout Rocket League releases on the Nintendo Switch today, opening up a whole new audience to the esports success story.

If the Smash Bros. trademark is true then it could be one of two things; a port of the Wii U version of the game for the Switch console or a brand new Smash Bros. title. There is a deep auto customisation feature that will allow gamers to create a vehicle that suits their style plus a set of Mario, Luigi and Metroid themed Battle-Cars.

More than 100 billion possible customisation combinations.

Although the visuals do have a very slight downgrade compared to other versions - a design choice by the team in order to keep the frame rate stable - there's no question that it's a lot of fun thus far, based on what we've played.

Take to the pitch for a fully-featured offline season mode, multiple game types, casual and competitive online matches*, and special "Mutators" that let you change the rules entirely. Express yourself with one of the deepest customization systems around and battle opponents on other platforms with groundbreaking cross-platform play.

Nintendo has filed a new Super Smash Bros trademark, which might mean that we could be getting a new Super Smash Bros game sometime in the future, if this means what we think (and hope) it means.

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