Rocket League Sideswipe is Coming to Android and iOS for Free

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The popular PC and console game “ Rocket League “ is finally getting released to mobile. Rocket League Sideswipe will be released into the Android and iOS platforms later this year. Psyonix, which is the developer of the well-known console and Pc game “ Rocket League”, announced in a statement that the team is working on the mobile version that is “being built from the ground up”.

Rocket League Sideswipe will be a free-to-play game and will be available on both Android and iOS platforms. In Rocket League Sideswipe, players compete from a new perspective on the field in 1v1 or 2v2 matches. According to Psyonix, the developers of the game, Games will be fast-paced, 2-minute matches that you can play with friends near or far, thanks to online play. The game still offers advanced mechanics, the vehicles will be customizable according to the user.

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The Rocket League Sideswipe features an online ranking system for competitive play. Unlike the pc and console version that has four players on each team along with a 3D arena that gives players more free space to roam around, the Rocket League Sideswipe will be more linear with goals on the left and right side of the screen respectively.

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Rocket League has become one of the most popular online games globally, especially in the esports scene. As the game is free to play, it is more accessible to players worldwide. Rocket League Sideswipe has a lot of potential to compete with the rest of the online multiplayer mobile games like PUBG and Call of Duty.

Rocket League Sideswipe will be launched later this year, but Australia and New Zealand will have access to a limited time-regional alpha test which will be only available on the Android platform via Google Play Store.

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