Rocket League Season 5 begins today on all platforms. The new season features the Starbase Arc: Aftermath Arena Variant, a new Rocket Pass headlined by the Nexus car, the Heatseeker Ricochet Limited Time Mode (which goes live tomorrow), and more.
Rocket League still rules after 6 years. Make sure to read our feature article here.
When Psyonix first released a sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars back in July of 2015, there were few indications that Rocket League would go on to become the massive hit it is today. Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars may have been downloaded a couple million times on the PlayStation Network, but it also received decidedly mixed reviews from critics, and it would take seven years for a sequel to even be made. When that next game was finally unleashed, that sequel wisely came with an abbreviated title in Rocket League, and it also had improved gameplay and innovative physics that would make a game that is essentially soccer but played with rocket-powered cars into a global sensation that is still being played every day by millions.