Australia and New Zealand alpha start today.
Psyonix’s four-wheeled footie phenomenon Rocket League is on its way to iOS and Android under the guise of “brand new” free-to-play spin-off Rocket League Sideswipe.
Sideswipe, which is “built from the ground up for mobile”, promises to deliver the competitive car-based football action from the original Rocket League, albeit with many changes that will make the experience more tasty on mobile devices.
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Local and online games are both supported, as is “robust” car customization, and Psyonix promises “advanced mechanics” for those who want to climb the Competitive Ranks.
Rocket League Sideswipe aims for a worldwide launch later this year on iOS and Android, but players in Australia and New Zealand can participate in a limited period Regional Alpha test from today on Android via the Google Play Store.
“We can’t wait to take this new footage of Rocket League to mobile platforms everywhere,” Psyonix said in the announcement. “Stay tuned for more information in the coming months.”