The Switch version of Disc Jam will feature cross-platform play with PC and local wireless multiplayer with up to three other Switch consoles, developer High Horse Entertainment announced.
Additionally, High Horse will release a “massive title update” for the PlayStation 4 and PC versions of Disc Jam alongside the release of the Switch version, which adds “a whole host of community-requested features.” Here is the overview, via High Horse:
Joining the game’s roster of characters, South American volleyball player Lannie is set to make her mark on the arena as a perfect balance between power and agility.
The update will also unleash two brand new modes, providing even more ways for competitive and solo players to jam. On the competitive side of things, say hello to Ranked Leagues and Seasons. Do you have what it takes to rise through the ranks of the Universal Federation of Disc and join the Elite? Soon enough, you’ll have your chance to prove it. Then, for players who prefer to fly solo, get ready to experience all the heated action of ranked leagues without the pressures of online play in a gauntlet that will test even the most seasoned Disc Jam veterans. More details on all the goodies coming in February’s update will be landing in the coming weeks.
As announced earlier this week, Disc Jam will launch for Switch via the Nintendo eShop on February 8, and is available now for PlayStation 4 and PC.
Watch a trailer for the Switch version below.