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Rocket League Nintendo Switch’s Split Screen Fix is in the works

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.

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