Steering wheel compatibleNo
UK Release Date07/07/2015
- New content exclusive to the Nintendo Switch.
- Even more addictive when played on a handheld.
- Easy to learn, hard to master skill-based gameplay.
- Cross-platform multiplayer with PlayStation 4 players.
- Missed opportunity to bundle previously released DLC.
Rocket League on Nintendo Switch may not be the best-looking version of the game, but it’s easily the most addictive. Its fun, fast-paced gameplay makes it perfectly suited to the portable platform, and the game has expanded considerably since its initial release with new modes, arenas and cars that all feature in the Switch version. Factor in the ability to play against an established online community of Xbox One and PC players, and Rocket League on the Nintendo Switch is a match made in heaven.
Rocket League is set to get an update in December which will do away with the current loot box system in favour of a new system called Blueprints which should offer players more transparency when purchasing items. After a Rocket League match, you’ll have a chance to obtain a Blueprint. Once received, it will show […]News
Rocket League developer Psyonix has collaborated with Twitch Prime to launch the very first Twitch Prime content pack available today. Prime members will be able to unlock four content packs that feature exclusive Twitch Prime in-game items by linking their Twitch accounts to their Rocket League platform of choice. Once accounts are linked, the first […]News
Rocket League‘s upcoming summer-long event is taking you back to the good old eighties. That’s right, the ‘Radical Summer’ event honours some of the movies, television and culture from one of the most colourful decades in history. Check out the trailer below which includes references from iconic movies such as The Goonies, Ghostbusters, E.T. and […]News
Developer Psyonix has revealed that the “Friends Update” will be launching for Rocket League on February 19. The update will see the addition of the Friends List (which was previously known as RocketID) which will introduce the much-anticipated cross-platform party system. This will enable players to invite friends from other platforms to parties and clubs […]News
Rocket League has now entered the PlayStation Cross-Play Beta program allowing PlayStation 4 players to play with (or against) Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Steam PC players across all online match types (Casual, Competitive, and Extra Modes). The feature is actually enabled by default so you don’t need to fiddle with any settings. Just to […]News
Yet more content has been released for Rocket League, in the form of the McLaren 570S Car Pack. As its name suggests, the DLC focuses on McLaren’s junior supercar. Players will also be able to personalise the car with the new wheels, toppers and antennas that also come in the pack. To allow Rocket League […]News
Rocket League’s “RocketID” cross-platform party feature (which enables players to party up regardless of platform), originally scheduled for release before the end of 2018, has now been pushed back to early 2019. However, there is some good news: with Sony’s recent announcements regarding full cross-platform functionality, developer Psyonix can now make additional changes to prepare their “RocketID” […]News
Today marks the start of Rocket League‘s ninth season which brings the release of the Hot Wheels Triple Threat DLC celebrating 50 years of the famous brand. The Hot Wheels Triple Threat DLC, priced at $5.99, includes three new battle-cars (with four unique decals each), and the “Gorilla”, “Snake”, and “Spider” toppers. There’s also some […]News
A Jurassic World-themed car pack for Rocket League has been announced, ahead of the content's launch on 18th June. Like its name suggests, the Jurassic World Car Pack contains content inspired by the Jurassic Park movie series. For example, included in the DLC are two versions of the Jeep Wrangler Battle-Car: one liveried to represent […]News
No one could have ever predicted the surprise success of Rocket League this generation. Its predecessor, the awkwardly titled (deep breath) Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars released on PS3 a decade ago was criminally overlooked, and yet Rocket League’s popularity continues to grow at a rapid rate. At the time of writing, Rocket League is enjoyed […]Reviews
After a prolonged drought of new releases since the magnificent Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, the much-loved Nintendo Switch now has a diverse library of racing games available catering to different tastes. Arcade racing fans can enjoy Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and indie top-down racer Mantis Burn Racing, petrolheads can now race real-world licensed cars in […]News
Apart from the magnificent Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and the F-Zero-inspired FAST RMX, the current crop of driving games available on the Nintendo Switch platform is somewhat limited. That's soon about to change, however. VooFoo Studios will soon be porting over top-down indie racer Mantis Burn Racing, and Milestone will also be releasing the system's […]News
Following the announcement that Rocket League will be heading to the Nintendo Switch, developer Psyonix has revealed that the vehicular football title will run at 60 frames per second but only at 720p resolution both docked and undocked on the Nintendo hardware. The Switch version currently has a “holiday 2017” release window and will include […]News
The extremely popular car-football title Rocket League will get an additional fan base later this year when it releases on the Nintendo Switch. The Switch version, which is scheduled for a “holiday 2017” release, will be the same as previous releases except for the inclusion of a few exclusive items such as Mario and Luigi […]News
TV adverts for video games have been a bit hit and miss over the years, however I'm happy to say that the latest advert for Rocket League is actually worth watching. The very first TV advertisement for Rocket League starts by showing a game of football played by kids. One of the kids dribbles well […]News
Now if you're anything like us here at Team VVV, you would've spent your childhood playing with toy cars. One such toy car manufacturer, Hot Wheels, will make a surprise appearance in the car football title Rocket League, a match made in heaven you could say. The Hot Wheels DLC, which will launch on February […]News
The Rocket League developer in conjunction with Zag Toys has announced that new Rocket League pull back toys will be coming this Spring across stores in North America. Twelve toys have been confirmed which are all of course based off of the vehicles in the game including the likes of Octane, Dominus, Masamune, Hotshot, Grog, […]News
If you're anything like me then you probably have a slight addiction to playing 2015's indie runaway hit Rocket League. Getting good takes ample time and practice and if you feel you've hit a plateau then I might just have some good new for you. According to a recent blog post by developer Psyonix, Rocket […]News
The physical version releases of Rocket League for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will be arriving in Europe on June 24 with a North American release to follow on July 5. The physical release, known as the Collector's Edition contains the base game along with all previously released DLC packs: SuperSonic Fury, Revenge of […]News
We've known for quite some time now that Rocket League would be heading to the Xbox One console at some point this month, now developer Psyonix have finally given us all a release date which just happens to be next week, February 17. The soccer and driving title has become somewhat of a sensation since […]News
Psyonix have released the Supersonic Fury DLC pack for their very popular sports/racing hybrid game Rocket League. The DLC pack is available now for both the Playstation 4, and PC versions of the game. Also available in the new DLC pack are two new rocket boosts “Nitrous” and “ Burnout”, two new wheels sets – […]News