Psyonix is pleased to announce that the sports-action hit, Rocket League, will be available for digital download on Xbox One today via the ID@Xbox self-publishing program Wednesday, February 17 for $19.99 USD (or regional equivalent).
Fully optimized for Microsoft’s all-in-one system, Rocket League offers the same excellent content, upgrades, and features found in the PlayStation 4 and Steam versions, but comes jam-packed with exclusives and bonuses from new cars to antennas, wheels, and rocket trails. Continue reading Strap in & Get Ready, Rocket League Is Finally Heading To The Xbox One
Independent video game developer and publisher, Psyonix, announced today that its popular ‘soccer-meets-driving’ hit, Rocket League, will officially arrive on Xbox One in February 2016 via the ID@Xbox self-publishing program. Fully optimized the Xbox One version of Rocket League will contain all the same features, upgrades, and content found in the PlayStation 4 and Steam versions, plus several significant additions — including two Xbox One-exclusive Battle-Cars, the Halo “HogSticker,” an alternate version of the famous Warthog Force Application Vehicle, and the Gears of War “Armadillo,” an Armored Personnel Carrier.
In addition to today’s Xbox One announcement, Rocket League also received top honors in The Game Awards, where it was nominated for Best Multiplayer Game, Best Independent Game, and Best Sports/Racing Game, and won for:
- Best Independent Game
- Best Sports/Racing Game
Continue reading The Award Winning Rocket League Has Announced They’ll Be Playing On The Fields Of The Xbox One
Responsible for some of the greatest scientific and technological achievements of the 20th century, Aperture Science has taken a sudden interest in the chaotic sport of Rocket League.
Acting on Aperture’s behalf, Valve Software has made a rather substantial donation benefiting the participants of Rocket League granting them officially licensed Portal customization items that are completely FREE!
Continue reading Officially Licensed Portal Car Customization Options Are Now Available In Rocket League
This holiday season, winter comes to Rocket League! Independent video game developer and publisher, Psyonix, announced today that its the popular sports-action sensation, enjoyed by more than 8 million players worldwide, is serving up its own brand of Christmas cheer with significant new items and additions.
Starting Monday, December 14, the previously-announced hockey-inspired Mutator Mode, renamed “Snow Day,” will officially replace the “Mutator Mashup” online playlist. Boasting an iced-over field and a heavy, disc-shaped hockey puck, “Snow Day” brings an engaging new twist to Rocket League‘s soccer-style gameplay. Continue reading Rocket League Is Bringing The Holiday Cheer With New DLC
This is the way the world ends; not with a bang, but a RIPPER!
Independent video game developer and publisher, Psyonix, announced today that Rocket League, the popular sports-action phenomenon enjoyed by more than 8 million players worldwide, is breaking its own rules and going off-road with its new “Chaos Run” DLC.
Thematically inspired by films and literature set in grim, post-apocalyptic futures, Chaos Run brings those happy-go-lucky scenarios to Rocket League‘s universe with two brand new Battle-Cars (Ripper and Grog), 12 new Decals (six for each new vehicle), and several new Paint Types, Wheels, Rocket Trails, Toppers, and Antennas.
Continue reading Rocket League Is Taking You To The Wasteland With Their Chaos Run DLC
Indie video game developer and publisher, Psyonix, announced today that it has released an all-new, FREE “Mutators” update for Rocket League, the sports-action hit that has brought a new twist on soccer to gamers worldwide.
“Mutators” are a unique suite of alternative presets and settings that add depth, variety, and crazy rocket-powered fun for players to customize, lengthen and re-think how they play the game. The new update is available now through the PlayStation Network and Steam PC.
Continue reading Today Rocket League Shakes Things Up With Their Free Mutators Update
Independent video game developer and publisher, Psyonix, announced today that Rocket League, the sports-action hit that has surprised and delighted the worldwide gaming community, will deliver an all-new, FREE update featuring “Mutators” — a cool suite of alternative presets and settings that add depth, variety, and crazy rocket-powered fun to custom games. The new update will be available on the PlayStation Network and Steam PC this November.
With the introduction of “Mutators,” Rocket League players will soon be able to play a variety of interesting new game-alts, including the low-gravity “Moonball” or the classic Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars game modes,”Cubic” and “Time Warp,” to name just a few. A special playlist, entitled “Mutator Mashup,” will also launch in November and these combine several preset modes into a single, randomized list of online games.
Continue reading Looking To Expand Upon Your Gameplay Options In Rocket League? Free DLC Update Coming Soon
Psyonix, independent developer and publisher of the critically-acclaimed sports-action game, Rocket League, has released today its first paid downloadable content pack. Dubbed “Supersonic Fury,” the new DLC introduces two new exclusive vehicles, “Dominus” the muscle car and “Takumi” the Japanese street racer, plus several new Decals, Paint Types, Rocket Boosts, Wheels, PlayStation Trophies, and Steam Achievements.
Psyonix has also released a free game update that includes the highly-anticipated “Spectate” mode, allowing players to join live Private games to watch other people play. The new “Utopia Coliseum” gameplay arena, 70-plus Country Flags, numerous other customization items, and the new single “Firework” from critically-acclaimed electronica group Hollywood Principle, is also in the update.
A stylish overview of all new items in the Rocket League “Supersonic Fury” DLC Pack can be found in the trailer. Continue reading Rocket League’s First DLC Packs Are Now Live For Your Pleasure
Less than a month after the release of its critically-acclaimed sports-action game, Rocket League, independent developer and publisher, Psyonix, revealed today the game’s first paid downloadable content pack. Dubbed “Supersonic Fury,” the new DLC Pack introduces two new exclusive vehicles, “Dominus” the muscle car and “Takumi” the Japanese street racer, plus several new Decals, Paint Types, Rocket Boosts, Wheels, PlayStation Trophies, and Steam Achievements.
In addition to the paid “Supersonic Fury” DLC Pack, Psyonix will also release a free game update that includes the highly-anticipated Spectator Mode, enabling players to join live games and watch other people play in real time. The new “Utopia Coliseum” gameplay arena, more than 70 new Country Flags, numerous other customization items, and the new single, “Firework” from critically-acclaimed electronica group, Hollywood Principle, will also make it to the update.
Continue reading Rocket League Will Be Receiving The First Wave Of Paid And Free DLC In August
Today for another Themeless Thursday I am playing Rocket League. Man is this game fun and addicting and better yet free on the playstation store for July’s Playstation Plus free game on PS4.
I’m getting better I promise
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