Rocket League, one of the most popular games of recent years, is finally coming to mobile platforms. Rocket League, which quickly attracted players with its concept of playing football with cars, will be released for Android and iOS in the coming months.
The game that will come to mobile platforms will be called Rocket League Sideswipe, according to Rocket League developer Psyonix. The game, which will be free to play, has several differences according to the main version.
Rocket League mobile version comes with different camera angle
The biggest difference is undoubtedly the camera angle. The mobile game, which is announced to be played from a side angle, will provide fun moments with its advanced touch controls.
Adapted to the mobile platform with varying game times and player numbers, the game allows a maximum of 2 minutes and 2 players per team. In addition, the online game allows car customization just like the main version.
Rocket League Sideswipe has now started Alpha testing on Android users in Australia and New Zealand. More Beta tests are expected to open in the coming months, with the game set to debut in the final months of the year.
In 2019, Epic Games acquired Rocket League developer Psyonix. Late last year, the game, which was free on Epic Games, set a record with 1 million online players. Considering the success of PC and console games that have come to mobile platforms in recent years, we can say that Psyonix made a very good decision.
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