With Rocket League going free to play later this summer, Psyonix has posted a closer look at streamlined seasons (Competitive Seasons, Competitive Tournaments, and Rocket Pass will be on the same schedule), new Competitive Ranks, a new player experience, and more.
Between Rocket Pass, Competitive Seasons, and soon Tournaments all happening at the same time within Rocket League, we’re streamlining the seasonal schedule. Competitive Seasons, Competitive Tournaments, and Rocket Pass will all follow the same schedule. It all starts when Rocket League goes free to play and Season 1 begins.
Rocket Pass will no longer be numbered on its own, and will instead be an extension of the Season. So, when Season 1 goes live, so will its Rocket Pass and Competitive Season. When Season 1 ends, its Rocket Pass and Competitive Season also end, and Season 2 will begin with its own Rocket Pass and Competitive Season. With uniform start and end dates, we hope it’s easier to track how long you have to complete your challenges and hit your dream Rank.
For more details, make sure to read the full blog at the official site.