It was only a matter of time before it became official, but today it was revealed that Rocket League would be coming to the Nintendo Switch. Not only would it bring the fast, frantic action of the superb arcade ‘soccar’ game to the console, but it also brings with it cross-network play! Continue reading Rocket League boosting onto Nintendo Switch with cross-play
I’m embarrassed to admit it, but I have some friends who have yet to play Rocket League. I feel bad for them. I can’t help but wince when they refuse to grab it in regular sales, or just splash the measly 20 quid it costs to grab in its entirety. How can I convince them to finally pick it up? Ooh, cheers, Psyonix! Continue reading Free Rocket League with 3 months of Xbox Live!
In July of 2015, the world of eSports was turned on its head when Rocket League was introduced to gamers worldwide. Since then, the title has gone from strength to strength, amassing a massive following, and becoming a household name, almost! It’s now approaching its second anniversary and Psyonix have a few new features to show off. Continue reading Rocket League Anniversary update adds new features
Following on from Rocket League’s very first TV Spot commercial on the WWE Network, Psyonix now have a a second commercial airing on the box. This one is arguably better, and nods towards the ‘Close One’ in-game comment, unlike the first ad that focused on ‘What a save’. Continue reading Rocket League gets its second TV Spot commercial
Rocket League first entered our hearts and minds in July of 2015, if you discount Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, and only last night, did it feature in its very first TV spot on the WWE Network. It’s a short 30 second ad, taking some of the game’s most memorable quick chat options and putting them to use. Continue reading First Rocket League commercial airs on WWE Network
Coming later this week, Psyonix have announced that the Neo Tokyo arena will be making a comeback. Don’t get your exhaust pipes in a twist though, as the pitch has received a redesign to make it more like the rest of the standard arenas. Continue reading Redesigned Neo Tokyo returns to Rocket League
Earlier this year, Psyonix, the creators of Rocket League announced that a third-party toy maker would be bringing our favourite Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars to life in the form of mini collectibles. Well, they now have a release date, and hopefully they won’t be too hard to find once they hit retail. Continue reading Rocket League Pull-Back Racers gearing up for release
Psyonix have something to new to cheer about this week as their super successful and much loved sports title, Rocket League sells its 1 millionth copy. Despite being a critical success on PlayStation 4 and PC since 2015, it eventually made its way to Xbox One in early 2016 to a surge in further success. The retail release later that year…well, you can gather where this is going. Continue reading Rocket League sells 1 million retail copies in its first year
Psyonix are teaming up with Universal Pictures and Dodge to bring some Fast & Furious action to Rocket League next week. With The Fate of the Furious crashing into cinemas later this month, why not score some aerials with Dom’s Charger? Continue reading Rocket League and Fate of the Furious team up!
Starting with this Wednesday’s update, Rocket League players will have the chance to celebrate their spring enthusiasm for Easter with a few new drops popping up at the end of your matches. March 22nd brings a new game mode in the form of Dropshot, as well as the beginning of season 4 in the competitive scene. Continue reading Eggcellent Easter goodies kick off Rocket League’s season 4