Rocket League for Nintendo Switch will have Metroid and Mario Cars

Along with these three cars, there will be Switch-exclusive items like Mario and Luigi hats, the car-exclusive rocket trails seen in the trailer, and more.

Along with the new Battle-Cars, Rocket League on Switch will also have several exclusive customization items.

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Watch the Nintendo-exclusive Battle-Cars reveal trailer below. Metroid's Samus Gunship Battle-Car, which comes in two variations based on Samus' Varia Suits, will also get a unique boost called Wave Beam.

Today one of those possibilities has become a reality with Psyonix announcing that Rocket League will have special Mario and Luigi cars, along with Samus' ship from Metroid exclusively available on Nintendo Switch. Each of the aforementioned cars will be coming this holiday 2017. More details on those later this year!

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Rocket League is a futuristic action-sports game where players pilot rocket-powered vehicles in an enhanced version of soccer by driving their vehicles into the ball and other players in a variety of arenas.

Both cars will have their own unique trails, and will be available only on the Nintendo Switch- as happens with console exclusive content in this game, if you are playing with an Xbox One or PC player (because the Switch version will offer cross platform play), they will see a generic auto instead.

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