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Blimey time has flown by. Did you know it's been almost a year since Rocket League launched on PC and PlayStation 4? Me neither!
Psyonix has this week revealed that their car football game Rocket League is set to get the largest update "in the game's history," which is set to arrive pretty soon, on June 20.
Ahead of E3 Microsoft has announced that this weekend, Xbox Live will be free on Xbox One and Xbox 360 this weekend allowing players to head online without paying a subscription fee.
One of the more addictive and appealing parts of Rocket League, aside from its gameplay, is how no matter what, whether you win or lose, you'll be rewarded with an in-game item, such as a hat, or a lick of paint. Sometimes however, when you've got your eye on a particular prize, what you actually receive can be quite disappointing.
Psynoix has unveiled the next DLC for their car sports game (because it's no longer about football), and it's a throwback to the past.
Following the fairly lukewarm reception of Psyonix's first car football game, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, Rocket League's budget of $2 million may have seemed like a bit of a risk, but after launching on PC and PlayStation 4 in July last year, the game has become a huge success.
The Xbox One version of Rocket League is now cross platform compatible with PC, developer Psyonix announced today.
Here's the low down, we know Rocket League is getting a limited physical collector's edition and that it'll come with four exclusive cars, what we don't know is what else we'll be getting... but here's a new trailer anyway.
We already know Rocket League is getting a swanky new Basketball mode, but what we didn't know was when it'd actually arrive. Fortunately, we don't have too long to wait as Psyonix has revealed that the new Hoops mode will be launching on April 26.
Remember when Psyonix announced that Rocket League would be getting a physical release this Summer? Well good news, we now have a more detailed release date as well as some info about what extra goodies will be coming with it.
Following Microsoft's announcement that it was working with developers to open up Xbox Live to other platforms, and Sony offering a number of comments in response, Rocket League developer has revealed that they've managed to crack cross-network play with Xbox and PlayStation networks.
Rocket League developer Psyonix has today released a little teaser for what could be a future addition to the popular vehicular-based football title, an addition which could totally shake up gameplay: Basketball.
Dying Light: The Following is an absolutely brilliant addition to the game, and while zipping around in dune buggies turning zombies with no road sense into pink mist, wouldn't it be lovely if you could, y'know, play car football? Like in Rocket League!
Although Rocket League has only been available on the Xbox One for a little over two weeks, Psyonix has revealed that the game has reached a whopping one million players.
Psyonix and Twitch have this week announced a partnership to organize Rocket League's official competitive organization, the Rocket League Championship Series, which will have players compete for a share of the total prize pool of $75,000.