"It’s easy to pick up, nearly impossible to put down, and tuned to perfection." - Polygon
”Rocket League is simply a joy to play, win or lose. And with friends? Wow. This is the most fun you’ll ever have behind the wheel of a rocket powered football playing car." - The Guardian
Soccer meets driving once again in the long-awaited, physics-based sequel to the beloved arena classic, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars!
A futuristic Sports-Action game, Rocket League, equips players with booster-rigged vehicles that can be crashed into balls for incredible goals or epic saves across multiple, highly-detailed arenas. Using an advanced physics system to simulate realistic interactions, Rocket League relies on mass and momentum to give players a complete sense of intuitive control in this unbelievable, high-octane re-imagining of association football.
All-new Season Mode that allows players to enjoy a full single-player experience
Extensive Battle-Car customizations with more than 10 billion possible combinations
Unlockable items and vehicles, stat tracking, leaderboards, and more
Addictive 8-player online action with a variety of different team sizes and configurations
Amazing 2-, 3-, and 4-player splitscreen mode that can be played locally or taken online against other splitscreen players
Broadcast-quality replays that allow you to fast forward, rewind, or view the action from anywhere in the arena
Competitive cross-platform gameplay with PlayStation®4 users
I'm utterly addicted to Rocket League. Part of its undeniable charm is that it's a sports game for people who don't normally play sports games. I, however, am a massive fan of sports games... so really it's just a game for pretty much everyone. Rocket League's accessibility helps to make that a reality – it doesn't matter how good you are at FIFA, whether you're a seasoned gaming veteran or not. The game's tutorials do a good job of teaching you the basics and getting you used to waiting for the perfect opportunity to strike.
Rocket League, like many sports titles, is a game of fine margins – close shaves, nail-biting drama, spectacular saves, and ferocious finishes. But because of its pace and player count, those moments are crammed in incredibly tightly to each match's five-minute runtime. There's barely time to catch your breath as matches become end-to-end battles where there's little respite from the heart-stopping action.
Add to that some sweet unlocks and plentiful customisation, the ability to replay games and muck about with broadcast cameras and the like, and you can savour your finest moments again and again. Oh, and there's the soundtrack too. I can't get "Firework" out of my head.
It's quite brilliant.
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Rocket League is one of the most fun games I've ever played. It's such an unique and refreshing game that will have you hooked immediately. The gameplay is what makes the game so fun, the graphics and sounds are awesome as well. The developers - Psyonix - are probably the best developers and they keep the game fresh and listen to the community. The recently added Rumble mode is an incredible idea that added a couple of hundred hours of gameplay for me. The animations of the different power ups are so funny and unique. I would strongly recommend you play the game with a controller. If you like soccer, cars or multiplayer games in general, Rocket League is the best game out there you can get for such a cheap price.
Rocket League is a sequel to the less-known vehicular football video game Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars developed and published by Psyonix. The game was first released in July 2015 for PC and PS4 and got a Xbox One version earlier this year. There are an OS X and Linux versions planned to be released this year. A lot of people (myself included) had never heard of SARPBC until they tried Rocket League out. The base concept for this game as simple as it gets: combine football with cars and try to defeat the opponent team. The idea sounds pretty simple and many would think that it will be easier to play than actual football games such as FIFA or PES. If you are one of those people, then you're suddenly mistaken. The game is easy to understand but often you'll end up having to put effort into it in order to success. It is challengeable and usually you will have to fly in air in order to get or shoot the ball. You are awarded XP points which are assigned to you after the end of every match. Those XP points are the ones that make you actually "level up" in the game. There are 2 different types of ranks: normal and competitive ones. Normal ones are gathered by levelling up while the competitive ranks are gathered by playing the competitive game modes. The game consists of a couple game modes: standard football ones, basketball (named Hoops) and the chaotic Rumble mode that features around 10 special items you can use to give yourself the advantage while your team has the possession of the ball. Due to the arenas being not as big as they are in real life, having 22 players chasing 1 ball would be, to say the least, too chaotic. For that sake, Psyonix decided to restrict teams to a maximum of four players per team. Matches consisting of 1 to 3 cars are optimal ones while the ones featuring 4 cars per team are, although no less entertaining, reasonably marked as "Chaos". Then there are the Hoops and Rumble game modes, first of which is basically basketball combined with cars while the second one represents the already known combination of football and cars, this time with some special effects and items which can help you to score some goals. The game surely is entertaining and even if you were never a fan of either football or racing, this game may take your interest. The game has some collision model problems (not really bugs, but just unoptimized car collisions) which can be noticed in goal replays. Sometimes, you can clearly see the ball flying away even though visually, you didn't actually hit it. That is not a very big problem, though, and it happens only when your car's front is supposed to hit the ball. On the keyboard, the controls feel great and are just like you'd expect them to be. The game features boost pickups which you can use to temporarily speed up your car or for flying like a rocket (obviously representing the name of the game itself). Sadly, the matchmaking is not very optimized and from time to time, a "semi-pro" or a "pro" ranked player will have to play against an "expert" or even a "master". That is, of course, not fair. Would be a bad thing to forget the car customization. While Rocket League doesn't support modding, you can customize your cars with tons of different body colors, wheels, trails, antennas and items to put on the top of your car (literally hats for cars). Rocket League is running on the Unreal Engine 3. Its visuals are colorful and look simply beautiful. The arenas are filled with different colors (mostly the team colors) and some of them even have country flags hanging around them. All the arenas (excluding the rocket labs) have similar layouts and a pretty unique theme. The 3D main menu is set in one of the arenas and you can rotate the camera to see different angles of your car which is very helpful especially when it comes to car customization. There are tons of different options that can improve the effects in-game or the actual game experience. This game is a really awesome example of how an interesting combination of 2 totally different things with great execution can be strong and not require tons of features in order to get players return to it on a daily basis. With over 50K players on a daily basis, this game promises to bring you a lot of fun, excitement and even anger. It's one of those games that are really easy to learn and understand, but very difficult to master. If you do have some time and are looking for a way to burn hours in which you are bored, this is the right thing to go for. The matchmaking needs optimization and there are some features (such as demolishing other players) that are very often (ab)used by other players for the sake of preventing you of defending or scoring, or how many people like to call it - dirty playing.
The great is very fun to play and does an amazing job in combining soccer and cars. The graphics look good and the controls are also amazing and i have fun every single match.
This game is so much fun! Especially when you start to get good. You'll be doing back flips and amazing stunts whilst knocking balls into goals. I don't know why but this is the only sports game I have really enjoyed. Plus they are constantly updating the game and there is a lot of free dlc. Definitely worth the price.
Rocket League is just a football game car that will entertain you a lot of hours together with your friends. Because its real strength lies in the very simple gameplay, the ability to unlock a lot of items to put on your car and do a lot of stunts never seen!
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