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A new vehicle is heading to your garage for some ball blasting fun for fans of the hugely popular game Rocket League. Starting tomorrow, July 29th, James Bond's iconic Aston Martin DB5 will be available in the game for a limited time. How limited? Well, you'll have until August 4th to grab the car, which is part of a multi-year licensing agreement between MGM and Rocket League developer Psyonix. The DB5 won't come free; however, it'll cost $10 of your hard-earned cash (around 1,100 credits) to play it in-game. 007's DB5 made its first appearance in Goldfinger and has subsequently been featured sporadically throughout the series, most prominently in the recent Daniel Craig outings. The DB5 will... Read more...
Rev your engines and get ready for what Rocket League developer Psyonix calls the most “high-octane season yet.” April 7th is when Season 3 kicks off, but players will get their hands on NASCAR and Formula 1 cars for Rocket League’s tribute to auto racing starting in May. Shown off in the trailer below, players will be able to get a sleek F1 vehicle as well as a NASCAR-styled Mustang if they purchase a bundle from the Rocket League store. According to the Rocket League Blog post, you can “look out for more info leading up to the release of NASCAR in early May and F1 in mid-May.” Keeping with the theme of racing, Rocket League is also redesigning DFH Stadium (Circuit),... Read more...
We know Slimer can make a gooey mess and is generally harmless, but can the sticky spirit from beyond make you a better player in Rocket League? Probably not, but you can deck out your ride with a Slimer Topper, just as soon as you complete the requisite challenge as part of the timely Haunted Hallows event that is starts today (likely live by the time you are reading this). "Once Haunted Hallows goes live, your Event Challenges will be available to complete. Just like Llama-Rama, completing each Challenge will unlock a specific Haunted Hallows-themed item, like the Ghostbusters Wheels, Slimer Topper, Mood Slime Boost, and more!," Psyonix explains. The Ghostbusters crossover is not just a nostalgic... Read more...
Epic Games has been catching a lot of heat lately for paying to make games exclusive to its Steam alternative called the Epic Games Store. Gamers are upset because many PC gamers like that Steam offers all the games they want in one place with one program to maintain. Epic Games has issued a challenge to Steam that promised to stop pursuing exclusives for the Epic Games Store if Steam would give developers a larger cut of the profits for their games. Now, Epic Games has announced that Psyonix is joining the family. Psyonix is the company behind the popular game Rocket League. Psyonix says that the move will be a positive one for Rocket League and the fan community. In the short term, nothing... Read more...
Psyonix is adding some cool new functionality to Rocket League, its futuristic physics-based vehicle soccer game featuring plenty of fun and mayhem. Beginning later this month, it's expanding on the Item Attribute System it unveiled last week by adding "Rare" and "Very Rare" customization items to its existing online item drop pool, which will play a role in a brand new trade-in system announced today. Over the past few months, Psyonix says gamers have been asking about having multiple copies of Uncommon items in their Garages. The trade-in system is the answer to that dilemma, as it allows gamers to trade five duplicate Uncommon or Rare items at a time for a single item of the next highest quality.... Read more...
Have you been salivating at the prospect of doling out some serious vehicular mayhem on your Xbox One game console, all in the name of sport? You'll get your chance soon enough—developer Psyonix announced that Rocket League will ride over to the Xbox One on Wednesday, February 17th for $20. This has been a long time coming. Rocket League released to PlayStation 4 and PC in early July of last year, bringing with it both single-player and mulitplayer modes, including cross-platform play between the PS4 and Windows. It debuted to a receptive audience more than willing to knock a soccer ball around a giant field using rocket-powered cars. Think of it as soccer meets demolition derby. In December... Read more...
Xbox One owners jonesing for some soccer-meets-driving action will only have to sit on the sidelines for a little bit longer. Psyonix, the independent game developer and publisher behind Rocket League, is bringing its popular physics-based motor vehicle soccer game over to Xbox One consoles in February, the company announced. Don't expect a lazy port. Instead, Psyonix promises a fully optimized version, one that will contain the same features, upgrades, and content found in the PlayStation 4 and Windows PC versions. It will also contain "several significant additions," including a pair of Battle-Cars exclusive to the Xbox One. They include the Halo "HogSticker," an alternate version of the Warthog... Read more...