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Psyonix is currently investigating the demand for a Nintendo Switch version of Rocket League, according to vice president Jeremy Dunham.

“Just like all the other platforms, we are evaluating it. We’re looking to see what the technical requirements are,” he told IGN. “We’re looking to see what kind of true community demand there is. We’re looking to see how it would benefit the community as a whole. So we’re still in that evaluation phase. It’s definitely too early to say that it wouldn’t happen, but it’s also definitely too early to say that it would.”

Rocket League first released for PlayStation 4 and PC back in 2015, before being brought over to Xbox One last year.

Earlier today, Psyonix CEO, Dave Hagewood addressed the server issues that have been plaguing Rocket League over the last few weeks. Hagewood blamed a massive increase in active players over the last few months and promised that the team is dedicating all available resources to improving things.

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Source: IGN


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Psyonix is looking into a Switch version of Rocket League

Psyonix is not ruling out a Nintendo Switch release for Rocket League.

By Matthew Bennett | 03/28/2017 10:00 AM PT

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Psyonix is currently investigating the demand for a Nintendo Switch version of Rocket League, according to vice president Jeremy Dunham.

“Just like all the other platforms, we are evaluating it. We’re looking to see what the technical requirements are,” he told IGN. “We’re looking to see what kind of true community demand there is. We’re looking to see how it would benefit the community as a whole. So we’re still in that evaluation phase. It’s definitely too early to say that it wouldn’t happen, but it’s also definitely too early to say that it would.”

Rocket League first released for PlayStation 4 and PC back in 2015, before being brought over to Xbox One last year.

Earlier today, Psyonix CEO, Dave Hagewood addressed the server issues that have been plaguing Rocket League over the last few weeks. Hagewood blamed a massive increase in active players over the last few months and promised that the team is dedicating all available resources to improving things.

Read More

Source: IGN



About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89