Rocket League will showcase new update this Thursday!


Rocket League will unveil their next big update this Thursday during the The Game Awards. We have had some sneak peaks here and there of flags and a training creator. What could be next?

Hint: Eyes on the ball!

‘Hoops’ announcement trailer is here!

The trailer we all have been waiting for. Psyonix also has a release date for us: April 26! So that’s just a couple of days away. Hyped yet?


Of course there will be new flags to collect from various games that have worked together with Psyonix. And last but not least, a NBA Flag pack will be purchasable on the 26th of April. Wear your favorite team flag! ($1.99 or regional equivalent)

Sunset Overdrive items exl. on XBOX One!


We all know it’s coming and slowly more news about what the XBOX One version of Rocket League will include is coming out. Like today when Insomniac Games announced that items from the Sunset Overdrive game will be in the XBOX One version of Rocket League:

I’m among the millions of people out there who fell in love with Rocket League last year. It’s a game that is easy to grasp, but takes real skill to master. I am no master, but I’m still giddy over the course of an entire match. It’s that kind of big, high-action fun that I relish to counter (and complement!) hours spent in other realistic, gritty, or cerebral gaming experiences. Rocket League is a game high on action and reliant on reflex. It’s all about near-misses and sudden opportunities. In short, Rocket League would naturally fit with the world of Sunset Overdrive — Insomniac Games

It will not be the last studio that will be working with the people from Rocket League to bring small items to the game. If the excitement we have had on the PS4 and PC will be the same on the One you can expect a new #1 hit.

With the new cars that are coming to the One and now with the first announcement from both Insomniac and Psyonix. The official sign has been given.

Stay tuned for more info about the XBOX One version. And of course any other Rocket League news!

Source: Rocket League

Rocket League is coming to XBOX One!


Yes, we saw it coming yesterday when we were asking ourselves what major announcement Rocket League would have in store for us today. And here it is!

The game will be coming to XBOX One in February with 2(!) special cars from Gears of War and Halo, yes two XBOX Games, as seen in the image above.  The image from is a still from a specially made trailer by the company which will be included here under.


The XBOX One version of Rocket League will not be free, like the PS4 version. You will be able to buy the XBOX One version for $19.99 or the regional equivalent. The past three DLC’s + The Back to the Future Pack will be yours to buy from day 1.

Cross-platform will however not be supported on the XBOX One. More info: Gameinformer




Rocket League ‘World Premier’ announcement?


So something big is going down later tonight at the Game Awards 2015. But has the potential ‘world premier’ already been leaked on the Internet? A couple of days ago somebody posted this on Twitter:

Although talks about going to other platforms with Rocket League are months old. It has to be said that Psyonix could also be thé upcoming game on the One as it is on the PS4 and PC. With a whole new userbase and potential eSports teams. It’s a move everybody expect.

Source: Gamespot

Team Rocket and the future of the team


Here is exactly what is going to happen with Team Rocket.

It has been harsh times for the semi-professionals in Rocket League. Great teames disbanded, players leaving squads and new ones created. Team Rocket is kinda doing the same. But kinda isn’t. We will explain:

Team Rocket were one of the first teams to rise in Rocket League from the beginning. Viewers were glued to the screen everytime they streamed their games on Twitch.

Doomsee and Cole will remain on the team, but will be playing far less seriously. Team Rocket will now not be actively looking to improve their game with training sessions and scrims, but will instead enter tournaments for fun and stream a bunch of ranked/fun private matches instead.

IamTree, Noir and coach Ryuu will be leaving the squad but Fyshokid will make a return once he’s back from South Korea and will be TR’s third player. They will however be playing in the ESL and Gfinity Rocket League tournaments so you will not have to miss them. They love Rocket League and the tournaments. They just don’t care about the results anymore.

New Rocket League announcement?


What’s next for Rocket League? Watch for our next announcement, this Wednesday on the Blog! (and yes, it applies to PC too) — Rocket League

Rocket League ( or should we say Psyonix) is busy laying the foundation for the coming years. With the Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle Cars and of course with the Mutators installment the train keeps on rolling.

And the next announcement is already on the way. Earlier today they posted this on their Twitter account with the special mention that there was also something coming for PC. We can only guess!

Big Changes on the Horizon for Rocket League!

Yes, ! – Announcement Oct. 28 on Blog – LIVE Dev Stream Oct. 29 (2pm PT) on  — Rocket League

Teases on the official Twitter page for Rocket League, the hype is slowly building up now. What could this big ‘change’ be? We’re all guessing here because only the devs know what they will be announcing on October 28 but we think we can make a pretty good guess. And here’s why!

Until now we have seen pretty much the standard maps we have been playing since the beginning. A pretty much oval setting with no height differences (or as we like to call them non standardized maps). And we think that is about to change.

In an interview Dave Hagewood had with PCGamer he answered on the question if we will ever see non standardized maps:

Speaking of some of the things you might want to bring back, are we ever going to see different and weird level layouts in Rocket League?

Hagewood: Absolutely, absolutely, absolutely. We wanted to start with the standard fields this time because we wanted to make sure everyone understood what the base game was, how we see the standard Rocket League experience being. We also wanted to promote competitive play in the game, and people who want extremely balanced competitive play and ranked modes and things like that, without adding a lot of extra noise. But we know the majority of players aren’t super competitive, they just want to have a good time—and we have a great time with the crazy different maps and so on. So we already have some of those in production to roll out later on. —

We can only assume that this will be it. Other possibilities could be the big step to eSport or even a bigger DLC. But that’s not the big change for Rocket League we expect. Stay tuned! Going to be a busy week!