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Rocket League standalone mobile game coming soon

Rocket League developers have announced ‘Sideswipe,’ a standalone version of the popular car soccer game headed to iOS and Android.



Rocket League Sideswipe logo

Rocket League is set to make its first foray into the mobile gaming market by announcing ‘Sideswipe’, a standalone mobile game launching in 2021.

While Rocket League has been extremely popular on consoles, PC, and the Nintendo Switch, Psyonix will be releasing the game for iOS and Android later in 2021.

“We’re hard at work on this free mobile game for iOS and Android that takes the core, competitive gameplay of Rocket League and reimagines it for a mobile device,” Psyonix announced on March 24.

Rocket League Sideswipe gameplay

“In Rocket League Sideswipe, players compete from a new perspective on the field in 1v1 or 2v2 matches. Games will be fast-paced, 2-minute matches that you can play with friends near or far thanks to online play. “

While top Rocket League players can take advantage of the precision a controller offers, Psyonix assures fans that Sideswipe will “feature mobile controls that are easy to pick up whether you’re a master of Rocket League or a new player still learning your way around the field.”

And for those players who are advanced at Rocket League and enjoy grinding competitive, “There are advanced mechanics, just like Rocket League.” They also confirmed car customization and a Ranked system for competitive play.

Early footage and screenshots of Sideswipe reveal it’s quite different from standard Rocket League, as it’s played side-on to suit the game’s swiping control system.

As Sideswipe is a standalone game, it’s unlikely that progress will carry over from players’ main Epic Games accounts. This will likely have its own Rocket Pass, tournaments, and mechanics that sets it apart from the main game.

Players in Australia and New Zealand will be able to join a limited-time Regional Alpha test on Android, but Psyonix will reveal more information about betas in other regions in the coming months.

Developers will be releasing more information on the new handheld version of Rocket League, so we’ll be sure to share all developments with you.

Image Credit: Psyonix


How to accept license agreement in Rocket League

Players need to accept Rocket League’s license agreements before enjoying multiplayer matches, but this process can be glitchy and hard to find.



Player attacking a ball in Rocket League

Rocket League is an online multiplayer game, but before you can job into matches, you need to accept the license agreement. Unfortunately, this process can be glitchy and leave players locked out, so we’ve put together this guide to make sure you can complete this task.

Rocket League is one of the world’s most popular games, with its simple concept of adding cars to soccer creating a fan-favorite multiplayer title.

With players able to take part in both casual modes or competitive contests, along with the fact that Rocket League is cross-platform, it’s no surprise that players love jumping into online matches with friends.

The game is easy to understand for new players, but for those booting up the title for the first time, you’ll need to accept Rocket League’s license agreement. Unfortunately, this can be a little buggy, with players known to skip past it by accident or errors preventing it from appearing entirely.

Rocket League players chasing a ball

Where to find license agreements in Rocket Legaue

The license agreement should appear for players the first time they open the game, but if you accidentally skipped it, or just never saw it, there is a way to find and accept them.

By going to the ‘Extras’ section in the main menu, you can find all of these agreements from Psyonix and complete this task.

To accept Rocket League’s license agreement:

  1. Open Rocket League, go to the main menu, and select Extras.
  2. In Extras, scroll down and select Legal Agreements.
  3. Open the EULA, Terms of Service, or Privacy agreements.
  4. Press OK to accept the agreement.
  5. Complete this task for all three agreements.
Rocket League players chasing a ball

Players need to have accepted these agreements before they can take part in any multiplayer games. This issue generally affects new players to the Rocket League or those who haven’t played the game in a while.

Psyonix also changes and updates the agreements from time to time, so you’ll have to accept the agreements every time they do.

For those who don’t own a console or PC, you’ll be able to enjoy the high-octane action of car-ball soon when Rocket League Sideswipe releases on mobile devices.

Image Credit: Psyonix

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Is Rocket League cross-platform? PC, Xbox Series X & PS5 cross-play status

Rocket League is the perfect game for casual or competitors. Here’s everything you need to know about its crossplay status on PC, Xbox & PlayStation.



Rocket League cars chasing a ball

Rocket League is one of the most popular games in the world, but can you play with your friends? Here’s everything you need to know about Rocket League’s crossplay status, including how to play with other platforms.

Rocket League is a fairly simple concept. Take the world’s most popular game in soccer, mash it with cars fitted with rocket thrusters, and you create one of the world’s most popular games.

Whether you enjoy messing around with your friends or prefer to take part in the more competitive aspects of the game, Rocket League has something for everyone.

With that in mind, many players want to know whether they can play with their friends on other consoles. Here’s everything you need to know about cross-play in Rocket League.

Rocket League player boosting towards a ball

Does Rocket League have cross-play?

Yes, Rocket League does have cross-platform play across PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

This means that you can party up with your teammates regardless of their preferred platform, and as most players use controllers on Rocket League, you won’t find yourself at a disadvantage when competing.

It also doesn’t matter if you use Steam or Epic Games on PC, as Rocket League supports cross-play regardless of your preferred launcher.

A goal explosion in Rocket League.

How to enable cross-play in Rocket League

When Psyonix introduced cross-play to the game, they made sure that this setting was on by default, so there’s a good chance you’re already able to play with friends regardless of platform.

If you turned it off at any point or did so by mistake, turning it back on is easy.

  1. Open Rocket League and go to the main menu.
  2. Scroll down to ‘Options.’
  3. Move to the ‘Gameplay’ tab.
  4. Look for the ‘Cross-Platform Play’ box and toggle it on.
Rocket League's Cross-Platform Play setting

With ranked playlists for true competitors and fun party modes for those looking for a more casual experience, Rocket League is the perfect game for you and your friends to jump into.

If you’re looking for more cross-platform games, check out our VanguardRainbow Six Siege, and GTA Online crossplay guides.

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Rocket League Season 5: Start date, Starbase Arc: Aftermath, Rocket Pass

Rocket League Season 5 is officially on the way, bringing a new arena variant, Heatseeker LTM, Rocket Pass, and more.



Rocket League Season 5 vehicles

Pysonix have officially announced Rocket League Season 5, which will include the new Starbase Arc: Aftermath arena variant, Heatseeker Richochet LTM, a new Rocket Pass, and more.

Rocket League is a simple concept in theory — soccer with cars. However straightforward it may be, Rocket League has become a hugely successful title with a dedicated community of players.

These Rocket League fans are always excited for more content, and Psyonix have officially announced the game’s Season 5, with a new arena variant, limited-time mode, Rocket Pass, and more. Here’s everything you need to know about Rocket League Season 5.

Rocket League players chasing a ball

What’s coming in Rocket League Season 5?

There’s plenty for Rocket League fans to sink their teeth into in Season 5. Starbase Arc is getting a special Aftermath arena variant, as the classic map has been invaded by an evil force.

Elsewhere, a new Rocket Pass is set to drop, headlined by the Nexus car with items like Spacedirt Paint Finish, Hyperspace animated decal, and Cosmosis Explosion.

The Heatseeker Ricochet LTM will put give the mode a twist on three new Rocket Labs arenas, while there are also more quality of life improvements, and Season 4 Competitive Rewards to come.

Players battling for a ball in Rocket League

When does Rocket League Season 5 release?

The best news is that players won’t have long to wait for this major update, as Rocket League Season 5 will kick off on November 16.

The patch will drop at 4 PM PST / 7PM EST / 12 AM GMT (November 17) / 11AM AEDT (November 17).

With Rocket League’s new season officially on the horizon, more details on the game’s Rocket Pass and arena variant are expected to be released in the run-up to kick off.

For more Rocket League, check out our guide on how to unlock Blueprints to build items.

Image Credit: Psyonix

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