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Rocket League was something of a surprise hit. The basic idea of boost-enabled vehicles, two sides and a ball propelled itself to the top of the Steam charts - and just about every machine it arrived on in the future - the moment it was released.
If you can't make a living kicking a ball around a field, why not make one bashing it around in a rocket-propelled bat-mobile in Rocket League?
Another months, another loot crate. Rocket League isn't the only game to use these micro-transaction monsters, but they're one the first to have a major farming problem.
With news arriving just a few days ago of Rocket League's impending community trick-shot builder, the December update is getting another piece of similar functionality with official Steam Workshop support.
If you've played much Rocket League over the months, you've likely come to realise how difficult it can be to climb the ranks without a solid grasp of the game's short-burst flight mechanics. But following the example of user created training tools, Psyonix are looking to implement fan-made training regimes for players to share online.