Update: It should be pointed out that this was a temporary thing and has been restored.
Cross-platform play in the Nintendo Switch version of Rocket League has been disabled. The feature won’t be available for a few more days until the software update version 1.44 is rolled out. The date and time for the upcoming patch’s arrival will be announced soon by developer Psyonix, so stay tuned for any updates. In the meantime, you could still play the game online with other Nintendo Switch players.
Hi Kieran! Yes, Rocket League players on Switch can still play online, but only with other #RLonSwitch players. Cross-platform play being disabled on Switch is only temporary until v1.44 is live on Switch in a few days. (Date and time to be announced soon.) https://t.co/4OaTCgluOh
— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) April 11, 2018
Very misleading for you to put that as the title instead of “Rocket League Cross-Platform Play Has Been Temporarily Disabled On Nintendo Switch”. But hey, you technically aren’t wrong.
Agreed. This is how you get people to completely skip reading the article, dive right to the comments and go “OMG so much for supporting switch I will never support these devs again and neither should you!”
Their own fault for not reading it.
The updates these guys have been bringing… It seems to me they are having a ball with Switch.
Thank you clickbait “journalist” .
Please guys, don’t take that click bait route!! Stay simple! The Internet is a big mess because of this shit!
I didn’t see this as clickbait. I saw the word “temporarily” so I clicked the article to see how long. Did the title change?
Yeah, it did…
Pingback: Rocket League Cross-Platform Play Disabled on Nintendo Switch
Pingback: Deshabilitado el Cross Play de Rocket League en Switch
Hoo boy, look at those pingbacks