Imagine playing Rocket League on the go. Just plug into Crates Rocket League a hotspot, sit back, play a few matches, then head back home and sink in another couple hours. Sound appealing? That’s the premise behind Rocket League on Nintendo Switch, and it’s an incredible portable premiere for the vehicle-based soccer title.

During New York Comic Con weekend, Nintendo New York hosted a Rocket League demo, showing off the game in multiplayer matches on a local dedicated server. Gameplay was featured in handheld mode, so there wasn't any time available to try the game out on a TV. But Rocket League's biggest draw on the Switch is its portability, so this really can't be faulted. After all, playing together in a group of handheld players is fun in its own right.