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Psyonix Reveals Exclusive Battle-Cars for Switch Version of Rocket League
24 August 2017, 02:51 | Hattie Nash
Rocket League to get Nintendo-themed cars on Switch
Psyonix, developer of the award winning Rocket League, have revealed that Battle-Cars will be coming to the Nintendo version of Rocket League as an exclusive. All cars are free, but they must be unlocked my meeting various prerequisites, which will be announced some time before the game is released. This might prove to be slightly confusing, as each vehicle is primarily red or green, with blue highlights that are meant to look like their suspenders. The "Mario NSR" shows up only in the Orange Team while the "Luigi NSR" appears only in the Blue Team. The Samus auto will also have different colors depending on which team you are on, styled after different Varia suits. As seen in the below reveal trailer, the vehicle will have its own unique Super Star boost trail. The "Samus" Gunship' is a Metroid inspired auto based on Samus Aran's body armor with the classic yellow, green and red colors making it a sight for sore eyes.
Rocket League is due out on the Nintendo Switch later this year.
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