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.
Check out a detailed look at the exclusive vehicles below. Regardless of the color, the vehicle features the Super Star boost that leaves behind a trail of stars.
Both Switch exclusive cars will be free to all Rocket League owners on the platform, however, just as the other platform exclusive Battle-Cars, players will need to meet some requirements to unlock them.
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Outside of the new cars, the Switch version of Rocket League will also get new items in the form of Mario and Luigi hats for use on any non-licensed auto, as well as a Super Star rocket boost equippable only on the Mario NSR and Luigi NSR.
Based on your team's side you will be assigned either Mario NSR (for the orange team) or Luigi NSR (for the blue team). The same is true for the "Samus' Gunship" Battle-Car, arriving with two designs based on different Varia Suits of Samus Aran.
The sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, Rocket League expands on its successful pedigree with improved graphics and physics systems, a robust new single-player campaign, considerable customization options, and a fully-charged multiplayer game geared for a next-generation action-sports experience.