Rocket League kicking goals on Switch
Nintendo announced this morning that the phenomenally popular soccer-with-cars game Rocket League will be coming to the Switch. All the features of the game will remain intact on Switch, with the complete suite of multiplayer modes and mutators released so far.
In addition, there'll be exclusive Nintendo-themed customisation items, such as Mario and Luigi's hats. Cross-network play will allow Switch owners to compete against players on PC and Xbox One. There'll also be support for local wireless multiplayer between different Switch consoles.
Rocket League will be coming to switch in holiday 2017.
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