The hit, s̶p̶o̶r̶t̶s̶?̶ r̶a̶c̶i̶n̶g̶?̶ i̶n̶d̶i̶e̶?̶ video game Rocket League’s 2 year anniversary is coming up on June 7th, 2015 and to properly celebrate the game is getting an update June 5th. Now here’s a trailer to make you wet.
CHAMPIONS FIELD – A FREE NEW ARENA!
We’re starting this party right by bringing a new standard arena to Rocket League. ‘Champions Field’ celebrates the pure competition found in Rocket League, complete with a massive statue featuring our shield logo, triple-decker seating (a must in any modern sports entertainment complex), and enough stadium lighting to make your match visible from outer space!
This new, FREE, standard arena will be found in all Competitive and Online Playlists, and will be available in Private Matches as well.
Other news includes the closing of competitive rocket league season 4 and the beginning of season 5. “You should know that the timing of this seasonal changeover marks how we plan to approach new seasons going forward (in other words, no more long, drawn-out Competitive Seasons)!” And as you’d expect, season rewards will be on their way for each rank soon enough as well as more details on the game’s future competitive vision.
NEW CRATE SENDS ROCKET LEAGUE INTO OVERDRIVE
Speaking of Crates, the Anniversary Update will also include the new Overdrive Crate! Along with an awesome assortment of new Wheels, Decals, and Black Market items, the Overdrive Crate has TWO new Battle-Cars: Animus GP, and Centio V17. Overdrive Crates will be available as limited drops after Online matches.
…as for the rest of the Anniversary Update? We have a ton of additional content coming next month, including an updated engine audio system, new soundtrack options, new achievements and trophies, Goal Explosions, and more! We will have more updates (and patch notes) as we draw closer to the anniversary.
So be sure to hop on Rocket League this June 5th and check out what’s new. As well, Overwatch is celebrating it’s 1 year anniversary soon and is releasing an update as well, read more on that here…
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