Rocket League Coming to Nintendo Switch With Cross-Platform Play, Cross-Platform

Rocket League is officially coming to the Nintendo Switch. Fans have been asking about it ever [...]

Rocket League is officially coming to the Nintendo Switch. Fans have been asking about it ever since the Switch was revealed, and today Psyonix revealed during the Nintendo Switch E3 spotlight that the dream is finally coming to fruition. Rocket League, cross-platform, anytime, anywhere. See the announcement trailer above.

"Rocket League on Nintendo Switch will include the same features, upgrades and content that millions of players worldwide have come to know and love on other platforms, plus several exclusives available only to Nintendo Switch owners. Exclusive Battle-Cars and Customization items will also be available, including Mario and Luigi hat toppers to decorate your car, with additional details to be announced later this year."

"Rocket League will support all of the various play modes on Nintendo Switch, including TV mode, Tabletop mode, Handheld mode, both Online and Local Multiplayer, and be available for 1-8 players. It will also launch with Cross-Network support for players to compete against opponents on other available platforms. Additional details on the Nintendo Switch version will be announced in the coming months.

Rocket League is a high-powered hybrid of arcade soccer and driving with rewarding physics-based gameplay, and will be celebrating its 2nd Anniversary this July. Boasting a community of more than 32 million players, Rocket League is currently available on Xbox One, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, and Windows PC, Mac, and SteamOS via Steam, with the Nintendo Switch version to launch Holiday 2017."

What more could you want? Now you can take Rocket League everywhere with you and force your friends to finally play and fall in love with the game with you. What's more, if you already have friends playing on Xbox One or PC, you'll be able to connect with them and compete where you are as well. This sounds like the best of all worlds, and we can't wait to learn more.

You just wait, we're in for some special Mario Kart themed rocket cars. Stay tuned.