Rocket League Dev Has Made No Announcements About Nintendo Switch Version [UPDATE]

Nothing is decided yet, it seems.


[UPDATE] A spokesperson for Psyonix told GameSpot that it has not made any official statements regarding a version of Rocket League for the Nintendo Switch. The quote cited below is from a customer support representative from an "outside vendor," Psyonix said.

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Could Rocket League come to the Nintendo Switch? Maybe.

Developer Psyonix released a statement on the matter, in which the studio said it can't confirm one way or the other just yet, but it hasn't been ruled out. "We are excited as you are regarding the release of Nintendo Switch," Psyonix said, as reported by NintendoEverything. "However, we don't have enough information at this time if it will happen. For the mean time, let's both keep our fingers crossed that it will."

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Released in the summer of 2015, Rocket League has been a huge hit, recently passing 25 million players. The game has not sold that many copies, but it's still a big number. Additionally, players have collectively logged 1 billion matches since the game launched.

Rocket League was named a top-grossing title on Steam for 2016 and was the No. 1 best-selling PS4 game on the PlayStation Store in 2016.

Rocket League is currently available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

The Nintendo Switch, which is a hybrid console that can be played at home and on the go, launches on March 3, priced at $300. Check out this gallery to see all of the system's the confirmed games.

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