The mobile version of Rocket League is quite a hit! Rocket League Sideswipe was launched last week and its first season is in full swing. So far, the game has managed to get a high rating of 4.7/5.0 stars on Google Play.

And the coolest thing about Rocket League Sideswipe is that it supports external controllers. This means you can use your Xbox, PS, or even Razer Kishi to play. Check out how to connect your controllers here!

Compared to other new games that were released this year, Rocket League Sideswipe had a rather smooth launch. It didn’t have any major glitches or problems, though there were a few reports of unusual vibrations during a match and sometimes region pinging would take too long.

Despite the smooth launch, Rocket League Sideswipe had a bumpy ride on the Google Pixel 6 and a few Android 12 devices. Some of these users claimed that the game crashed right after it started, while others said that the application would close during a match.

To tackle these issues, Rocket League Sideswipe tweeted about new patch notes earlier today. Patch 1.0.3 will resolve most of these issues. You can see the official tweet here:

The new patch will address the abrupt app crashes. Hopefully, the region pinging will now only take up a few seconds. Logins with Epic Games have been made smoother and the decal display has been fixed and so is the hoop scoring.

You can update Rocket League Sideswipe on Google Play and the App Store. If you have the Epic Games app, you can update it from there too. You can download and play the game for free.

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