Rocket League: Sideswipe is coming to Android and iOS this year

Rocket League: Sideswipe, which is going to carry the Rocket League experience into mobile devices, has been announced by Psyonix.

Rocket League has been active especially in the last months following its being free on Steam and then moving entirely to Epic Games Store. The game has changed a great deal since being free-to-play, and naturally, it has seen an increase in the player numbers as well.

We already knew that there were some changes and updates that were going to be shared, and this seems like one of them. Psyonix announced the mobile version of Rocket League, which very much resembles the original game, with a single major difference.

Rocket League: Sideswipe announced

Psyonix announced the game with an official blog post on its website.

It is explained in that blog the game will have mechanics that are easy to pick up regardless of what kind of player you are. There will also be some advanced mechanics in the game, for those who want a competitive experience and are willing to climb up the ranked ladders. Including 1v1 and 2v2 modes, the game will have fast-paced matches that will last for two minutes. At least, that’s what is planned for the release.

Rocket League: Sideswipe is coming to Android and iOs

The crew announced that they have a lot more to explain about the game in the next months, as we get closer and closer to the release.

Rocket League: Sideswipe release date

Psyonix has not given the gamers an exact release date, but at least it has announced that we’re going to be able to play it by the end of this year.

Planning a release later this year, Psyonix has also announced a limited-time closed alpha test which is regional starting today. If you are in Australia or New Zealand, you can try Rocket League: Sideswipe out on Android via Google Play Store. We do not know when this is going to end, so it’s best to be quick if you want to play the game.

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