Just like last season and every season before it, Psyonix is tweaking the Rocket League competitive scene a little more with the upcoming Season 6. This time, it'll be like playing competitive for the first time all over again.
Gearing up for changes like transparent goal posts and some new (old) ranked maps, the chances mean all players will start fresh once Season 6 rolls around with the Autumn update.
If you've ever earned a place in any competitive playlist throughout your Rocket League career, you'll see your work wiped clean when Season 6 comes knocking on your car door. Hoping to facilitate a fresh start for everyone, you'll need to complete placement matches in any and all competitive playlists you typically find yourself player.
With Season 6 set to carry on into early next year, however, you should find yourself with plenty of time to work your way back up the ranks. Placement matches, if accurate, should secure you a spot relatively in-line with your previously attain rank, however, so there shouldn't be too much to worry about. Just expect a bit of a varied bag of matches to kick things off.
If you played during Season 5 and played at least 12 cames in a given division, you'll have earned yourself one of Rocket League's first Player Banners - a cosmetic item that will adorn your name in goal replays, menus and other UI elements to show off your past contributions.
Alongside the addition of Starbase ARC and Wasteland to the next competitive season, Rocket League Season 6 looks to be the start of something pretty exciting.