When it comes to surprise success stories, there are none more surprising in recent memory than Psyonix's Rocket League. 2008's downloadable PlayStation 3 title Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle Cars which, while decent fun, was generally forgotten about or passed over by most, was hardly the most likely title to spawn a game that...
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New update sees option re-enabled
Rocket League's 2.15 update is here and with it comes the return of voice chat. What a lovely surprise! Yes, the option to chat, which was previously removed by developer Psyonix as they felt it wasn't up to modern standards, has finally been re-introduced to the arcade smash hit and will now be turned on by...
Destroy all vehicles!
It's been a hot minute since Rocket League introduced us all to the glorious sport of car football (or Soccar as the devs like to call it) but things are really changing with this new mode. Rocket League's Knockout Bash game mode ditches the football and says 'go on then, destroy each other's cars instead!' Set in a different...
Go next-gen for a nice price
There's currently a very nice deal going on over at retailer John Lewis, with a Series S console bundled up with Rocket League and Fortnite dropping to its lowest price in the UK at £234, that's a whole £15 under the usual asking price. As spotted by TechRadar, the deal will require you to sign up as a
But only for a limited time
The free-to-play Rocket League already has a couple of modes based on North American sports in Snow Day (hockey) and Hoops (basketball), and now it's getting a limited time mode based on the NFL. Called "Gridiron", it takes place on the transformed Champions Field complete with hashmarks and the NFL logo, and features...
It's coming later this year
Psyonix has today confirmed next-gen details for its ultra-popular free-to-play "soccar" sports game Rocket League, including the news that it will be getting a 120 frames per-second mode later this year. At launch, Rocket League will run at 4K, 60FPS on Xbox Series X and 1080p, 60FPS on Xbox Series S, along with...
Featuring new tournaments and challenges
If you've been eagerly awaiting your chance to play Rocket League, the time has arrived! The "soccar" sports game is now free-to-play on Xbox One, although keep in mind you'll still need Xbox Live Gold to play online. Its first free-to-play season brings a whole wave of changes to the game, including...
Which means it's also leaving Xbox Game Pass
We've known about Rocket League's plans to go free-to-play for a while, but now developer Psyonix has confirmed the game will transition to a "free" experience next week on Wednesday, September 23rd. As part of this, the developer will be introducing lots of new features to the game including revamped...
And it's not going down very well
There's been a bit of commotion in the Rocket League community over the past 24 hours after it was revealed that the free-to-play version of the game won't require PlayStation Plus or Nintendo Switch Online to enjoy online multiplayer on those respective platforms, but players on Xbox won't be so fortunate. In a...
With cross-platform progression
Psyonix has announced that Rocket League is going free-to play later this summer. In a post on the game's official website, the developer revealed that it will be revamping and improving major features such as Tournaments and Challenges as a result, as well as refining the game's main menus. However, the core...
"Thank you to the Xbox Community for your continued support"
It's hard to believe it's been five years since Rocket League first launched! As a result, Psyonix is celebrating with a special Fifth Anniversary event complete with all-new items and Limited Time Modes. The event runs until July 13, allowing players to earn balloons following Online...
Soccer meets driving once again in the award-winning, physics-based multiplayer-focused sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars! Choose a variety of high-flying vehicles equipped with huge rocket boosters to score amazing aerial goals and pull off incredible, game-changing saves!
The Xbox One version of Rocket League includes:
All "Game of the Year Edition" content, which packs every item from the previously-released DLC Packs, "Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars," and "Chaos Run" into a single package
Exclusive Battle-Cars: 16 Cars + 2 Xbox One Exclusives (The Halo "HogSticker," an alternate version of the Warthog, and the Gears of War "Armadillo"
Insane Customization: Personalize your vehicle with hundreds of different items for BILLIONS of possible combinations!
Awesome Arenas: DFH Stadium, Beckwith Park, Mannfield, Urban Station, Utopia Coliseum, and Wasteland (with multiple variants of most maps)
Fantastic Multiplayer: 4-Player Splitscreen, 8-Player Online, Ranked and Unranked play, special Mutator-themed playlist(s), Private Match support (with named rooms and optional passwords)
Cool Game Modes: Exhibition 1v1, 2v2, 3v3, 4v4, Unfair Mode (1v2, 1v3, 1v4), and Offline Season Mode
More Features: Replay Viewer, customizable controls, "Mutator" game-variant options (Ball Type, Ball Speed, Boost Strength, Max Score, Match Length, etc.)