Call of Duty Black Ops 3 has ’em, Rainbow Six Siege now has ’em, and I’m sure many other games also feature it, but Rocket League will be the next game to receive a post-match celebrations screen, allowing you to jump, spin, and twist to show off to the losing team.
Coming in a June update, you’ll be able to jump, boost, and spin your Battle-Car on the “Post-Game Spotlights” screen. As well as that, you may notice the small print under each of the players in the gif below. That’s because Psyonix are going to add more stat tracking for players now.
With the June update, Psyonix will “be tracking specific stats associated with each member of the winning team and assign titles for your performance in that particular match. For example, if you boxed out a lot of Battle-Cars in Hoops mode, the total number of cars bumped stat could be your most prominent, giving you the intimidating “Enforcer” title. Alternatively, if you set up a lot of shots for teammates by centering the ball, you can nab the “Tactician” title on the Post-Game Spotlight screen.”
There will be over 20 new titles to aim for, and some of them have been listed as an example, which include:
- Aggressor – Most First Touches
- Benchwarmer – Fewest Ball Hits
- Prodigy – Score 3 or more goals
- Speed Demon – Most Boost Pickups
- Traitor – Score an own goal
- Warden – Make 3 or more saves
The last big update for Rocket League featured the Hoops game mode, which was fun and messy, but I’m still a fan of the base sports game with the ball. It’s good to see Rocket League continue to receive updates like this however, and I’m wondering, what else would you like to see added into it?