It has been announced that the mobile game Rocket League Sideswipe, developed by Psyonix (which is owned by Epic Games), is now available for iOS and Android devices in the United States and Canada. The game's file size ranges from approximately 700MB to 1GB, depending on the platform and device being used, and it is completely free to download.
Rocket League is a video game created by Electronic Arts and published by Electronic Arts. Sideswipe is the mobile version of the wildly popular Rocket League game for PCs and consoles, which is also available on the App Store. It is available for download on both iOS and Android mobile devices. In spite of the fact that Sideswipe is very similar to the standard version, it is based on the same fundamental concept as 'football but with cars,' in which you must steer your vehicle in order to shoot your ball through the opposing goalpost.
While there are some similarities between the standard version and Sideswipe, the most significant difference is that, while the standard version takes place in a fully three-dimensional environment with 360-degree movement and complete control of the camera, Sideswipe takes place on a two-dimensional plane (with 3D elements), which means that you only have to control your vehicle on two axes. As a result, the controls have been significantly simplified, making it particularly suitable for use with smartphones that have limited touch control capabilities with RL exchange items.
Playing against a single opponent in Sideswipe is an option, as is the formation of a team of two players in order to compete against two other opponents. The game will complete the matchmaking process on your behalf and locate the remaining players on its own initiative after you have finished playing. Once the game has begun, your goal is to score the greatest number of points against the opposing team as quickly as possible. Moving the vehicle left, right, or up and down is controlled by the left joystick; this can also be used to change the vehicle's direction. A single or double jump, as well as increasing your speed for a limited period of time, can all be accomplished by using the controls on the screen. The only way to accomplish this is for you to use your skills and abilities to shoot the ridiculously large ball through the equally ridiculously large goalposts.
Despite the fact that there are only four players on screen at any given time, Sideswipe immediately captured my attention after only a few minutes of play. This was made possible by a combination of simple controls and tense, action-packed sequences throughout the game. In addition, there is a significant amount of customization available for your vehicles to choose from. The game is also visually appealing, thanks to a variety of scalable settings and a catchy soundtrack that add to its appeal.