30 October 2017 - 18:14

Rocket League's Nintendo Switch release date is out

And it's coming in November.
Image via Psyonix Fair Use

Good news for Rocket League fans that can't wait to try out the game's Nintendo Switch port. Psyonix announced earlier today that its hit esports title will land on the Switch on Nov. 14.

Rocket League will be available through Nintendo's eShop for $19.99, according to an official news post on the game's website. There's wireless local multiplayer coming, along with online play, plus the game will land with cross-platform play available. That means Switch users can play against their fellow PC and Xbox One opponents. Sadly, PlayStation 4 remains missing.

The Switch version features Nintendo cars and accessories based on Super Mario and Metroid, too, giving fans a further incentive to buy the game's official portable release.

Rocket League is a vehicular soccer title where remote-control cars fight to score goals against one another on a futuristic field. Dot Esports demoed the game's Switch version in early October, praising both the game's portable capabilities with the Switch as well as Psyonix's seamless port. No retail release is currently planned for Rocket League's Switch version, but check it out on the eShop once it goes live in mid-November.

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