Announced for the console back at E3 2017, it arrives with customization options and Battle-Cars exclusive to the Switch. Players can earn Metroid and Super Mario-themed vehicles cars by completing in-game challenges once the game launches.
Rocket League, the captivating hybrid of RC cars playing soccer, will also bring all of the modes and content to Switch that other platforms have seen since the game’s 2015 launch on Windows PC and PlayStation 4.
Rocket League will be cross-platform compatible, too — except with PlayStation 4. After Psyonix announced it a Switch version for Rocket League in June, Sony demurred at the question of participating, leaving the cross-compatibility to the Switch, Windows PC and Xbox One for now.