Okay, so it's not the Rocket League. But if the YouTube video recently uploaded by developer Zero Four Games is any indication, it may as well be. Turbo League, a Rocket League-inspired (I use the word inspired loosely) game, is coming to Android in the near future.
Update: January 3rd, 2017 4:32pm PST:Just a quick heads up for those waiting to grab this game. Turbo League launched a couple of days ago over the Christmas holidays. You can now download a copy of the game from Google Play using the new link at the bottom of this article.
Just like in Rocket League, Turbo League has players drive rocket-equipped and unusually agile cars around a caged arena, attempting to kick a soccer ball (football for those outside North America) into the opposing team's goal to score points. The gameplay is something better experienced than described, and Zero Four Games hopes to let mobile gamers enjoy this experience soon.
Details on the upcoming game are scarce, but the developer has confirmed three important game features:
The game will feature 3-on-3, cross-platform online multiplayer (Android/iOS)
Players will be able to customize their vehicles with a wide assortment of decals.
It will be free to play.
Players will be also able to chat with each other and become friends in-game, and invite each other to matches. Any more information will have to wait until the developer makes it available. In the meantime, check out Turbo League's first official trailer below.
John Garcia - As both a diehard gamer and Android enthusiast, it was a no-brainer for John to eventually combine the two. Add a love for the written word and the result is a dedicated Android gaming journalist. When he’s not gaming or writing about gaming, John enjoys hobbies that range from reading books and enjoying music to hiking and playing rugby.