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Rocket League Information
Rocket League is a sports game involving racing and football elements.
Two different teams play versus each other in a futuristic cage-like arena where ground, walls and ceiling is part of the playing field.
Each player have a vehicle, a battle-car that they use to get around the arena and kick, pass, transport, attack and defend the ball.
Rocket League is developed by Psyonix and was released on July 7th 2015 for Playstation 4 and Steam (Windows). It was made available via Xbox One on February 17th 2016 and later via Nintendo Switch on November 14th 2017. The game is a sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars.
The game is available cross-platform where players on different platforms are able to play versus each other. Cross-platform however is not always available, for example right now Xbox One players are not able to join the cross-platform matchmaking pool.
The game was an instant success and continues to grow a lot during 2018. It was recognized and adopted as an Esports early on and is projected to grow a lot as an Esports during 2018 and coming years. Psyonix have no plans on releasing a sequel to Rocket League but instead plan to release new content for Rocket League continuously and evolve the game.
Psyonix also invests a lot into Esports and they are doing modifications to the game to better suit the Esports audience.
Just like a regular football match there are two teams playing versus each other and trying to put the ball in the opposing net. The team that score the most goals win the match.
Each player controls a battle-car which is used to move the ball around the arena: dribble, pass, kick, defend and attack.
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