First we have the "Mario NSR" and "Luigi NSR" battle cars which are cartoony Mario and Luigi themed vehicles with red and green colors respectively and their large trademark M and L logos on the front of the auto. The "Mario" and "Luigi" Toppers (hats) can be used on any non-licensed customizable Battle-Car, while the "Super Star" Rocket Boost can be used with the "Mario NSR" and "Luigi NSR" cars.
Rocket League can be played on practically every modern console, so in order to make getting it on the Switch something worth doing, they're digging deep into Nintendo's history. Regardless of the color, the auto features the Super Star boost that leaves behind a trail of stars.
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Three new Rocket League cars were announced on Wednesday to be coming to the Switch version of the game. This means you can still show off your Nintendo flair even if you opt to not use one of the new cars. The second exclusive Battle-Car is Samus' Gunship based on the protagonist of the beloved Metroid franchise. Samus' Gunship also has two different variations based upon what team color a player chooses, and are styled after different Varia Suits.
Look for more information on our Nintendo Switch release as we get closer to launch! Hey, Rocket League players care about boost trails.