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Rocket League and Magic: The Gathering Arena on iOS, but not Final Fantasy XI

Rocket League and Magic: The Gathering Arena on iOS, but not Final Fantasy XI

Everything comes at the right time for those who know how to wait: Rocket League will finally land on mobile platforms! But it won’t be the same game that comes home on PC and home consoles (but more on Mac 😢): Publisher Psyonix, owned by Epic Games, has ad a version dedicated to touch screens ” reinvented ”, And nicknamed Rocket League Sideswipe. Rest assured that it will always be some kind of crazy soccer game with customizable cars.

On iOS and Android, the game will retain the mechanics of its older brother, but in a ” new perspective »In 1 against 1 or 2 against 2, and the matches will last two minutes clock in hand. Sideswipe will offer the ability to play with friends right next door or online, with global leaderboards. The title will also offer a wide selection of equipment to customize combat vehicles.

Like the original, the game will be free with in-app purchases. A beta version will appear very soon in Australia and New Zealand, on the App Store and Play Store. The final version is expected to be released for everyone this year.

No need to wait any longer to put it on. Finally hand on Magic: The Gathering Arena – The game is available on the App Store. This title, inspired of course by the reference card game, was announced … in 2017! It had appeared on PC in 2019, but since then we have not had much news of the mobile adaptation, if not one beta on Android, recently online. The game is free with in-app purchases.

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Unfortunately, we can’t have all the good news to share. the restart Final Fantasy XI Mobile that Square Enix was developing with Nexon finally drops in water. In fact, this abandonment dates back to last December according to rumors, but the companies had not formalized anything until recently. It was a long-term project, in fact it had been announced in 2015, with the idea of ​​launching the game called Final Fantasy XI R, the following year.

Fans of the huge Final Fantasy universe will not be forgotten: two new games taking place in the Final Fantasy VII universe are in the pipeline (read: A Battle Royale and a cute adventure game for the mobile remake of Final Fantasy VII) . .