Rocket League Sideswipe For Mobile Has Been Announced
- Rocket League Sideswipe will soon hit the mobile gaming market later this year.
- Players will compete in fast-paced 1v1 or 2v2 matches online with mechanics similar to the PC counterpart.
- The game is currently only available for fans in Australia and New Zealand.
Rocket League Sideswipe will soon hit the mobile gaming market later this year. The game is a spinoff of the massively popular vehicle soccer game, Rocket League PC, but optimized with a new perspective that accommodates mobile devices. Players will compete in fast-paced 1v1 or 2v2 matches online. The game features cosmetic options for your vehicle to fit your playstyle, along with a ranked competitive mode where you can test your skills against the best players. The game is promised to be free-to-play, and fans from Australia and New Zealand will be able to participate in the Regional Limited Alpha test by downloading the game on the Google Play store on March 25, 2021.
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Rocket League Sideswipe Details
Psyonix, the company behind the popular vehicular soccer game Rocket League, announced a mobile spinoff called Rocket League Sideswipe. Like its PC counterpart, the Rocket League Sideswipe will be free-to-play, and a limited alpha test is now ongoing for players in Australia and New Zealand. The devs stated that the game would be made available for more regions in the coming months.
Rocket League Sideswipe is a fast-paced game where players compete in 1v1 or 2v2 matches that can last for a maximum of two minutes. The objective is simple and similar to how traditional soccer is played with the added twist of using vehicles to achieve your goal. Players will have to do what they can to shoot the ball inside the opponents’ net.
Rocket League Sideswipe Minimum System Requirements
The game can surprisingly run on low-end devices with Android 6.0 or higher and at least 2GB RAM.
Only Android players can have access to the game at the moment. However, players can expect an iOS release once the game is in a much more stable state.
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How to Play Rocket League Sideswipe
The game is currently only available for fans in Australia and New Zealand. However, the devs assured that more regions would be allowed access to the game in the coming months.
Here is how you can download Rocket League Sideswipe in case your eligible for the alpha
- Head to the Google Play Store and download Rocket League Sideswipe
- If you don’t have an Epic Games account, you can register through the link provided.
- Log in using your Epic Games account and play the game.
Players will be able to play the game from March 25 AEDT until March 30, 2021.
With the massive influence of Mobile Gaming, most PC and console games have also made their way into the mobile gaming market. Rocket League Sideswipe might just be another mobile esports in the making.