Overall, while these choices might seem like a matter of inches this late in the game, for the die-hard Rocket Leaguers?out there, it clear that this patch will have a distinct impact on their day-to-day scrims moving forward. just want to promote a good gameplay experience,?says Rudi. think if we keep doing that, who knows? We might have another interview in ten years about this. We getting bigger and bigger, and we never been doing better. I think Rocket League?is here to stay with the big boys, like eague [of Legends]?and ounter-Strike.?As long as we keep it fun, I think we doing a really good job.?
Psyonix is releasing a special physical edition of its popular vehicular soccer game Rocket League,?the studio announced on www.lolga.com Tuesday.Rocket League: Ultimate Edition?will be available in North American retail stores on Aug. 28. Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and a handful of other territories will have it beginning on Aug. 31. It will cost $40 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and $50 on Nintendo Switch.
The new edition contains the base game plus all of the content from Rocket League Collector Edition?and additional DLC packs, including 16 Battle-Cars and a variety of cosmetic items.The ltimate Edition?launch likely coincides with the start of the Rocket League? Rocket League Priceswhich will add free-to-play and paid premium content to the game on a seasonal basis. Similar to ortnite?Battle Pass, it will cost $9.99 and allow players to gain ranks and unlock rewards. It expected to launch sometime this summer.