Rocket League Sideswipe will land on Android and iOS later this year. Psyonix, the developer of the popular console and PC version of the game, announced that the team is developing a mobile version “built from the ground up”. Like the PC version and the console version, “Rocket League Sideswipe” will be played for free on Android and iOS. There will be some changes in the mobile version, such as 1v1 and 2v2 matching. The developer also shared some Alpha game screens, so that you have an earlier understanding of the game.

Psyonix announced through a post on its Rocket League website that the team is developing a mobile version called Rocket League Sideswipe. It will be free to play on Android and iOS when it launches later this year. There is no release date for the game yet. Rocket League Sideswipe will conduct 1v1 and 2v2 matches, lasting 2 minutes, and can be played online. Unlike the PC and console versions with 4 players per team, and the 3D arena allows players to roam more freely, Rocket League Sideswipe will be more linear on the left and right sides of the screen.

The game screen shows the regular football mode and basketball mode, as well as some vehicle customization. You can watch the Alpha game screen below.

Psyonix said that the mobile version of the controls is easy to pick up, and there are advanced mechanisms for players who “want to climb competitive rankings.” The game will have “strong car customization capabilities” and an online competitive ranking system.

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Although the Sideswipe competition of the Global Rocket League will be held later this year, Australia and New Zealand will only be able to conduct limited-time regional Alpha tests on Android. The developers will share more details in the coming months. The PC and console versions will be available for free in the summer of 2020.

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