Rocket League Sideswipe announced for Android and iOS mobile phones
Rocket League Sideswipe is officially announced for the mobile gaming market and will be out there in the Google Play Store and other app stores by the end of this year. This game is inspired by the highly popular PC game ‘Rocket League’ which is a 1v1 / 2v2 vehicle soccer game that will be specially optimized for your smartphone. Along with the mobile launch, this game includes in-game cosmetics along with some vehicle skins and various game modes like competitive, casual, etc where you can compete with online players to get on the top of the leaderboard. It is said to be a free-to-play game also a few lucky users can pre-register for the Regional Limited Alpha test on the Google Play Store (Only available in Australia and New Zealand) on 25th March 2021.
More details about Rocket League
Rocket League, the vehicular soccer game developed by Psyonix which was released for PC and PlayStation in 2015 and was later ported for Microsoft Xbox and Nintendo in late 2016. Though the game was a paid-game since the release, It went free-to-play in September 2020.
Psyonix says that the mobile version will be easier on eyes with the cosmetics and aesthetics as well as easier to control that includes the advanced mechanics for players “who want to climb the Competitive Ranks” The game will be included with “Robust car customization” as well as an online ranking system for competitive gaming.
Rocket League Sideswipe System Requirements
Though it is ported from a PC Game with higher graphics and detailing. This can game can still run on most of the low-end devices with the Android O.S 6.0 or Higher with at least 2 GB of RAM.
It is announced only on the Android operating system as of now, though the iOS version will be coming out once the game is in a stable state.
Basic Requirements : RAM 2GB / OS Android 6.0 + / Space : 500Mb
How to Play Rocket League Sideswipe
This game is currently only available in Australia and New Zealand, starting off with the Alpha testing from 25th March (Regional Limited Alpha Test)
Though the developers confirmed that it’ll be made available for more regions once it is out of the Alpha and Beta stage.
Here is how you can download Rocket League Sideswipe in case your eligible for the alpha
Head to the Google Play Store and download Rocket League Sideswipe
If you don’t have an Epic Games account, you can register through the link provided on the application
Log in using your Epic Games account and play the game.
Rocket League Sideswipe will be available in Australia and New Zealand from 25th to the 30th of March for Alpha Testing.