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Rocket League for Nintendo Switch gets launch trailer, to release next week
This is what the Nintendo Switch version of Rocket League looks like
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Wednesday November 8th 2017 - 13:36 GMT
Rocket League for Nintendo Switch gets launch trailer, to release next week
This is what the Nintendo Switch version of Rocket League looks like
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Wednesday 8 November 2017 - 13:36 GMT

Psyonix has released the launch trailer for the Nintendo Swtich version of Rocket League. The game will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch next week.


The handheld version was announced earlier this year and the new trailer is a first look at the graphical fidelity of the handheld version.
In the game players race around in gigantic stadiums where they must try to score as many points as possible by hitting a giant football to make sure it lands in the opponents goal.

The vehicles that players control have several unique abilities. For example, breaking almost instantly, jumping and driving on vertical surfaces.

The Nintendo Switch version of the game will support both local and online multiplayer. Cross-platform online multiplayer will allow players to play against PC and console players.

The game also includes exclusive battle cars and customization options. It is said to run at 60 frames per second and will support all three Nintendo Switch play modes.

Rocket League for Nintendo Switch launches on November 14th, 2017.
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Raymond Bakker
Journalist and Software Developer at Moonlight Multimedia. He covers the latest video games news from indie to virtual reality and has been actively involved in the video games industry since the early 2000s.

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