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Rocket League coming to Nintendo Switch

Rocket League coming to Nintendo Switch
Psyonix just revealed during the Nintendo Spotlight: E3 2017 Direct video, that Rocket League is indeed coming to Nintendo Switch later this year! Rocket League on Nintendo Switch will have all of the same content, features, and updates that they’ve released on other platforms in addition to exclusive Battle-Cars and Customization Items, like Mario and Luigi hat Toppers! Rocket League will also support all of Nintendo Switch’s play modes, including TV Mode (docked), Tabletop Mode, Handheld Mode, and both Online and Local Multiplayer. Online Multiplayer supports up to eight players, and Cross-Network play will be supported as well, allowing Switch players to hit the field with players on Steam and Xbox One. The developers have said they have more to share later this year as the game approached it’s holiday release date. Be sure to check out the official trailer below!

Rocket League Anniversary update adds new arena, cars, and goal explosions

Rocket League Anniversary update adds new arena, cars, and goal explosions
Rocket League is nearly two years old, and in celebration of that, Psyonix is gearing up to release an Anniversary update during the week of the soccer-with-cars game’s birthday—July 7. Announced during the RLCS World Championship, the Anniversary update adds a bunch of free content, including a new arena, cars, and customizaton options. The new arena is called Champions Field, and it features a standard layout with a modern look. It’ll be available in Competitive, Casual, and Private matches when it launches. The two new Import Battle-Cars are Animus GP and Centio V17, and they both look rad—Centio V17 may actually pull me away from using Breakout. However, if I want to use either of these cars, I’m going to have to get lucky: both are only available as drops inside the new Overdrive Crates. On top of that, Psyonix is introducing Engine Audio and Goal Explosions to the game’s customization options. ...

Rocket League brings new free mode called Dropshot

Rocket League brings new free mode called Dropshot
Rocket League Developer Psyonix has announced it’s adding a free new mode to its popular driving game, the same day as the beginning of Rocket League’s fourth competitive season. Dropshot sees two teams battle it out in a hexagonal arena where the goal is to hit the ball downward onto the opposing team’s half, attempting to smash it through the ground. The trailer below will show you a little bit more The ball will charge up energy the longer it goes without hitting a hex, which will cause it to not only activate the hex it eventually lands on, but nearby hexes as well. So while the arena floor starts blank and solid, large areas of it inevitably open up throughout the match, making goals more likely the longer you go without a point scored. Expect to see the new mode on March ...

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