Published: Thu, August 24, 2017
Sci-tech | By Jose Becker

Rocket League: Switch Exclusive Mario, Luigi Cars Revealed

Rocket League: Switch Exclusive Mario, Luigi Cars Revealed

To celebrate Rocket League's release on Nintendo Switch Psyonix has announced a few exclusives coming to the Switch's version of the game holiday 2017. The Mario and Luigi vehicles are technically one NSR auto that come in two different colors.

Mario, Luigi, and Samus-themed cars have been officially revealed, along with two boosters based on Mario's stars and Metroid's wave beam effects.

Rocket League Switch Has Nintendo Cars!

Rocket League on the Nintendo Switch now has a holiday 2017 launch window, coming with local wireless multiplayer and cross-play capabilities between the PC and Xbox One versions of the game.

The Samus' Gunship battle-car comes in two different variations for the Orange and Blue teams, and they are based on designs of Samus' Varia Suits. Along with the new vehicles, Rocket League on Nintendo Switch will have exclusive customization items. The "Samus" Gunship' is a Metroid inspired vehicle based on Samus Aran's body armor with the classic yellow, green and red colors making it a sight for sore eyes. The cars will be available for free with the Nintendo Switch version of Rocket League. Each auto will also have a special trail design, with the Mario Bros. cars using Starmen while the Metroid cars trail a Wave Beam.

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