The popular vehicular soccer game developed by Psyonix is facing some issues on the Nintendo Switch. Local players who want to enjoy playing the game together on a split-screen are brought to a halt. Shortly after its transition on the Epic Games Store and going free-to-play, Rocket League has undoubtedly gained many new players, who are now frustrated due to this new issue.
The official support page of Rocket League.com has also stated that Split-screen mode is currently unavailable for Nintendo Switch, and a fix is being worked on.
How do I Play Rocket League in Split-Screen on Nintendo Switch?
Split-screen mode is currently unavailable for Nintendo Switch. We are working on resolving this issue.
Worry not, Psyonix is working on a fix, and split-screen multiplayer is estimated to arrive back to Rocket League on Nintendo Switch any time soon. You can find the official statement below:
According to the official statement, Psyonix is overloaded with additional server-related issues due to the Epic Games Store transition, which may add extra time to fixing the problem. In other news, the game has managed to gather 1 million new players after its free-to-play phase.