Psyonix has announced Rocket League Sideswipe, a new standalone cellular recreation based on Rocket League Trading its popular automobile-soccer identify.

Sideswipe will nevertheless keep Rocket League‘s fundamentals—you use rocket-powered automobiles to push a ball right into a internet—but will take region on a -dimensional aircraft, instead of in a full, three-D arena. Matches may also be confined to 1v1 or 2v2, and the fit length might be decreased to two mins, rather than Rocket League‘s conventional 5-minute suits. Obviously, there may also be precise, cellular-pleasant touchscreen controls.

What isn’t converting, however, is the “strong automobile customization” so that it will absolute confidence financially help improvement on Sideswipe, that's launching at no cost later this yr for iOS and Android. There may also still be on line play, as well as a competitive rating gadget much like the main game.

Psyonix is presently jogging a Closed Alpha for players in Australia and New Zealand, and pictures from that build is visible in Sideswipe‘s trailer.Sideswipe is Rocket League‘s first essential spin-off name, however there have been collaborations between it and Epic’s other foremost loose-to-play name, Fortnite, which includes the approaching return of the Llama-Rama crossover occasion. When Epic acquired Fall Guys studio Mediatonic, the developer hinted that we would see a collaboration between Rocket League and its recreation, too.