When Nintendo Switch was first announced, it had a lot of big 3rd party support, some of which was shown off in a big way at E3. But fans wondered what the next big third party game would be. Well, at the Nintendo E3 Spotlight, Rocket League was officially announced to be coming from Psynonix.
Apparently, fans have been asking this of Psyonix for a while, and they were all too happy to oblige. The game will be coming out in Holiday 2017, and will feature Cross-Platform play, meaning you can play with others on other consoles. It will also have exclusive items, exclusive cars, and every single mode and update that has come out since the games release.
So that just shows that developers are listening to what you want.
After what’s been a lackluster E3 even by post-COVID limited-resources no-time-to-prepare-anything standards, everyone was looking to Nintendo to save the day. Did they do it? Well…their Direct this morning wasn’t a series of slam dunks, but they scored enough times to leave us pleased. Here are the things that intrigue
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