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 six DLC packs already pumped into Focus Home Interactive's Wargame: Red Dragon RTS title, it's getting a seventh to keep it going strong.
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.
Can't get enough Rocket League? Need something fresh and exotic to go with your favorite RC car football arena? That's good, because Psyonix has announced new content for the game. This time, Rocket League is going into the briny depths of the ocean with Aquadome.
Rocket League’s cool and all, but it’s just not crazy enough. I mean, sure, it’s about rocket-powered jet cars doing acrobatics to knock around a futuristic soccer ball, but where are the Mario Kart-style power-ups? Thankfully, Psyonix is ready to address this glaring concern with a new game mode coming in September.
Warhammer fans are probably the most spoilt fans in recent history. Not only do they have at least three different titles in development, they also get to play a Warhammer themed version of American football. Isn’t that a bit mental? You guys are so lucky. Anyway, fans of Blood Bowl 2 have a DLC pack to look forward to – The Undead DLC.