Tried OnRush a few weeks ago but didn’t really get on with it. The core racing is actually pretty fun. Due to the focus on teamwork and non-finish line objectives you’ll want to survive while playing well, as being one team member down can have a detrimental effect on your ranking against the other team (think Splatoon and ink coverage with less team members).
But everything around it made the game feel like a slog. Menus constantly nudging you towards trying out daily challenges or opening your crates. Really derivative emotes. I had a look through the credits and it’s no surprise to find that Codemasters enlisted the help of two data analytics companies to look at player data and find ways to make the game more engaging - not necessarily a bad thing but I feel like the results of this lend the game a rather derivative flavour.
Otherwise I’ve been enjoying Mario Tennis Aces a lot. I’m so glad Nintendo didn’t do what Sony did with Everybody’s Golf and turn it into a social game. This is very much a straightforward player-vs-player affair where you take the skills you’ve honed in single and local multiplayer online, and face off opponents for the sheer fun of playing, or winning. There isn’t much else to get in your way of just competing with other players, and I appreciate that.