Recall that the parent game became free to play in September 2020, a strategy that seems to be followed by this mobile version, although some details about this future release still remain to be seen.
So Rocket League Sideswipe in the trailer
An image is worth a thousand words, so Psyonix has provided a video where the first important details of the title are shown. The trailer, which you can see in this news, allows you to check the main changes in football starring remote-controlled cars. As the study explains, We will compete in 1 vs 1 and 2 vs 2 duels in 2-minute matches over the network. The rhythm will be higher than what we can see on the table.
All this is also explained extensively in the franchise website. They describe Sideswipe as a “new individual Rocket League experience built from the ground up for mobile platforms.” We are not talking about a port, but it is designed based on the systems where it will work and will be complementary to the main delivery.
Additionally, Rocket League Sideswipe will feature mobile controls that are easy to play whether you are a Rocket League master or a recent player still learning. In addition, there are advanced mechanics, just like the Rocket League game, for those who want to climb the competitive ranks that range of recognizable elements. achieves to the garage, which will allow us to customize our vehicles with the range of options that we already know, something already characteristic of its predecessor. On the other hand, the competitive system will also be present, so a ranking of the best players will make an appearance.
Where and when can this Rocket League be played?
After the 6 years of waiting that we have mentioned, we will have to add a few more months for the game to be officially and definitively launched. This is just an announcement, as there is still some time left for official development. The game will follow the same system of free to play with integrated purchases, with a pitch that aims for the last months of this 2021, yet to determine the accuracy. Psyonix has confirmed that from March 24, a limited alpha test is to be held in Australia and New Zealand; which will be extended to other regions over the next few months.