Rocket League took sports games by storm when it launched on the Xbox One and PS4 and now the game is coming to the Nintendo Switch.
You customize your car in Rocket League, but you don't race it around a track. Instead, you use it to play soccer, complete with goals and rival teams with their own customized cars. Psyonix, the developer that created and maintains Rocket League on all consoles, confirms that this new version is as feature complete as other editions.
Psyonix has three gifts for Nintendo Switch owners that buy Rocket League. All gamers on the console get a Mario NSR and Luigi NSR. These are two race cars painted to match Mario and Luigi's uniforms. They also get the Samus Gunship. Its design mimics Samus' armor in the Metroid series.
Rocket League Nintendo Switch launches sometime between now and the end of 2017.