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    Rocket League is Now Available on Nintendo Switch Consoles
    By Frankie Price on Nov 21, 2017

    Rocket League is a special breed among video games that have made it into the competitive industry of eSports. Enjoyed by millions of people on popular consoles, the game is now available on Nintendo Switch worldwide. Psyonix has announced its intention of bringing the game on this platform a couple of months ago, with the occasion of the E3 presentation.

    It took them a while to come up with his version for the console, but the wait was definitely worth it. Players are able to enjoy the same features, access the same content and experience the thrills of the latest upgrades. Furthermore, they benefit from the exclusive battle cars and special items that can only be accessed on Nintendo consoles. Mario, Luigi and Samus themed cars are here to stay and provide players with the thrills of a fascinating gameplay.

    Ready to Take on the eSports Arena

    Rocket League items and special rewards are available to players for free on the new consoles. This means that you don’t have to take the long road or wait for these to be introduced gradually. Psyonix wants to make the car – soccer hybrid even more popular since it was launched in 2015 on Twitch. The most recent competition has a guaranteed prize pool of $150,000, one of the biggest payouts.

    Those who want to play the game only need to spend $20, which is a reasonable amount for a game of this magnitude. Developers wanted to make sure that the cross-platform play that is already available for Xbox One and PC extended to Nintendo Switch.





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