Rocket League Sideswipe Sideways Stall Chain Guide: Best Tips, Steps & Training Routines To Do

1/12/2023 3:18:43 PM

Do you want to learn how to do a stall chain in Rocket League Sideswipe 2023? Are you tired of doing one or two stalls and then failing? In our Rocket League Sideswipe guide 2023, we figured out the secret to how to do these insane sideways stall chains.


Rocket League Sideswipe Sideways Stall Chain Guide 2023

Sideways stall chain is not a single stall nor just any stall chain. We’re talking about a kind of stall chain which goes sideways across the field, and it is the number one most difficult mechanic to pull off in Sideswipe. If you're one of these people who can't do a single stall or can only do a single stall, watch stall tutorials before watching this Rocket League Sideswipe sideways stall chain guide. Because you’d better have a great understanding of stalls and stall chains and will prepare you for this Sideswipe sideways stall chain tutorial 2023.


How Does Sideways Stall Chain Work In Rocket League Sideswipe?

The step to mastering these fast sideways stall chains is to figure out exactly what players like MrMagem are doing that sets them apart from the rest of us. How can they do a sideways stall chain? The two most important things about his technique as follow:

-The first thing is the direction his car is facing. The nose of his car is pointing down and forward with the roof of the car at about a 45-degree angle to the ball. This is also something we noticed in literally every single other sideways stall chain clip, their cars are always facing down and forward. They're never facing up and back. The truth is that the direction you're facing is actually extremely important essentially if you want to take the ball in a sideways direction upfield, you need to be facing down and forward.

-The second thing is the boost. When we're up in the air and we want to take the ball using stalls. We align the middle of our car with the ball, then do our first stall. This first stall pushes the ball forward and slightly up. But at the same time, gravity is pulling the ball down. Then if we go for a second stall, the ball is not directly in the middle of our car but it's close enough, so our second stall is successful. However, at this point, the ball is down and not aligned with the middle of our car at all. So we do our third stall and hit the ball away with our wheel.

So what do we need to do to correct this, it's really simple. All we need to do is push our card down until the middle of our car is once again aligned with the ball. To push our car down, use a boost. At this point, it should be pretty obvious why it matters which direction our car is facing. If our car was instead facing up and back, boosting would push our car up and away from the ball which wouldn't be helpful at all. We need to aim our car down and forward, then when we boost our car gets pushed towards and under the ball, so we can continue our stalls. There we have it, our sideways stall chain.


How To Do Sideways Stall Chains In Rocket League Sideswipe?

Let's do a super quick step-by-step Sideswipe sideways stall chain guide on exactly how to do it.

Step 1 - Get the ball and your car in the air, then position your car close to the ball facing down and forward at about a 45-degree angle to the ball.

Step 2 - Let go of the joystick, jump, half-air roll, get a reset, and half-air roll again to reset your car's position. In other words, do a stall.

Step 3 - To add more stalls to this chain, all we need to do is press boost at some point, you can put it right alongside jump. This is really easy as it allows you to push both boost and jump buttons at the same time rather than separately. For touchscreen players, you can use the boosted jump button for this which makes it super easy.


Rocket League Sideswipe Sideways Stall Chains Training Routines

To practice sideways stall chains in RL Sideswipe, we highly recommend using the Longfield Arena. This arena is great because it gives us a ton of space to work with and allows us to get the longest change possible before slamming into the wall. Whereas on SC field we can only get a few before this happens. So practicing this mechanic is really just all about getting the ball up in the air in different ways. Then trying to sideways the stool chain as much as you can.

- For the most beginner level, we recommend just rolling the ball up the wall.

- For a slightly more difficult version, start with an air dribble from the ground.

- For the most advanced version, get the ball bouncing, then go back to the ground, and start your chain from there.

This is an incredibly difficult move to learn and it will definitely take you a bunch of hours to learn it. So don't feel too bad if you're not getting it right away.

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