Rocket League is celebrating its second anniversary this month. With over 30 million players picking up the game across its current lifespan, there's still around 6-7 million of those playing every month.
If you were prepared to stay up late waiting for Rocket League's big anniversary update; that's exactly what you'll need to do depending on your timezone.
Rocket League is still a phenomenon, that's for sure. It's one of those games you'll likely throw yourself back into once the itch demands to be scratched. Whether you've been away for some time, or never left the league at all, you'll notice some new additions very soon.
For years now, two competing football/soccer sims have been at each other's throats. Despite PES being judged the more accurate, enjoyable experience over FIFA, it's undoubtedly the branding that secures the win when it comes to sales.
Beginning on May 6, 2017, Rocket League will introduce a new range of its now classic Loot Crates - the Nitro Crate. Being the day before, we've only been given vague hints of what to expect inside these lock boxes - but we can at least share the knowledge and decide what we're going to aim for.
Rather than appear out of nowhere, the next major Rocket League update has a plan. It's coming out tomorrow, and you should all be excited!
Without treading into the realm of meme-inducing bad pop songs - it's Friday! But we're only saying it once. You know it, we know it; everybody looks forward to the weekend. And we'll only acknowledge its existence for a single reason - video games!
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.
April Fools has become a staple of the Game industry over the last few years with the date people often overlook become prime time for community managers to sneakily gauge the reception of a potential project or crush the hopes and dreams of its community with a sequel or feature they want but can never have.
Transparency is key these days, and the Rocket League team is delivering it more than anyone right now. In light of recent traffic spikes and other unexpected issues, Psyonix's CEO has put out a lengthy message detailing how they're attempting to tackle the game's unsatisfactory wait times.