Los Angeles, CA, June 27, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Rocket League is turning 2 years old on July 7th, but on the 5th, Psyonix will release a big update for the game. Players can celebrate earlier with a whole new arena, greater engine sounds, custom goal explosions, and fresh cars. The fifth competitive season will start too, along with a new crate and new cosmetic items. Also, brand new music is coming to Rocket League.
Candy in the Paint
The new arena is called “Champions Field,” a standard stadium set in a modern one with all the bells and whistles. It features triple-decker seating, lights bright enough to be seen miles away, and a giant statue depicting the game’s logo. Cars that didn’t have unique engine sound are getting new ones in this update. Psyonix also improved the existing beats, along with new music to the soundtrack. It will feature 18 new tracks by Monstercat available on the in-game radio station.
The Rocket League update will bring new items (some are free), while others are achievable through the new crate. Highlights include custom goal explosions and new cars. The trailer shows three new goal explosions (one with a fireworks effect), an actual explosion effect, and the last one as a sort of frost and ice blast effect. The new cars featured are the Animus GP and Centio V17, both cool looking rides. Keep in mind that you can only earn new vehicles by opening the new crate called “Overdrive.”
The Time is Ticking
Two more weeks before the big update and the two-year anniversary follows. Are you excited yet? Get ready for the arrival of the new item in the Rocket League Trading
market by buying or gathering keys. Collect enough to trade for the items that you want. Otherwise, just continue to enjoy playing the game, and do whatever makes time fly. For the next fourteen days, perhaps it will be wise to polish up your skills for the next competitive season. Aim for the Grand Champion tier. Never settle!