Rocket League Adding Rumble Mode This September

American indie developers Psyonix announced that their massively popular sports game Rocket League will be getting a brand new mode this September. Rumble mode will introduce randomized power ups to the game. The following power ups will be available: The Boot (Kick’s an opponent’s car) Disruptor (Forces the opponent to drive uncontrollably) Freezer (Freezes the ball in-place) Grapplin...

Rocket League’s “Hoops” Mode Arrives on April 26

Earlier this month Psyonix Studios announced that they would be adding a brand new basketball style gameplay mode to Rocket League with their next patch and today the company has announced exactly when fans of the game to expect this mode to launch. The free game update containing Hoops mode will be released on April 26th and with this mode comes a new arena called “Dunk House” where t...

Rocket League Gets Basketball Mode in April Patch

Rocket League is a few months shy of it’s official one year anniversary however the game shows no signs of slowing down with another rather hefty patch set for release late this month. The full patch notes from the official website are below and include an entirely new game mode called Hoops. The new mode is based more on Basketball than Soccer with an elevated goal and a new hardwood arena ...

Xbox One Rocket League Getting Cross Platform Play

Rocket League on Xbox One is well known for coming out of nowhere and being a huge smash hit, shaking up the eSports scene and just for being a damn good time. Now the game can add another accolade to the list as a new game changing addition to its match making capabilities has been announced. Not only will it be the first Xbox One game to feature cross-platform play with PC, Rocket League will al...

Xbox Newsbeat: February 26, 2016

The Microsoft press event for Xbox One and Windows 10 was today, but things are hush-hush until next week. In the mean time, this week’s Xbox Newsbeat is about Halo 5: Guardians, Rocket League, and more. New Halo 5: Guardians Free Content Detailed as Hammer Storm Launches Today Halo fans have asked, and 343 Industries will be delivering! A PvE mode based on Warzone will be coming. It will be...

Xbox Newsbeat: February 19, 2016

This week’s Xbox Newsbeat has updates on Xbox One, Rocket League, Halo, and more. Updates Rolling Out This Month: See Who’s in a Party, Gamerscore Leaderboard, and More As you may have noticed, another system update is rolling out on the Windows 10 Xbox app and Xbox One today and tomorrow. This update is focused on improving social functions on Xbox, such as seeing who is in a party and a ne...

Rocket League Arrives on Xbox One on February 17

A couple of months ago Psyonix Studios announced that they were going to be bringing their incredibly popular digital game Rocket League to the Xbox One sometime in February and now the company has nailed down when fans can expect the title to be available for download. The company will be releasing Rocket League on February 17th and will cost $19.99 when released. This Xbox One version features a...

Xbox Newsbeat: February 12, 2016

It’s a crazy week this week on the Xbox and Windows 10 front. This week’s Xbox Newsbeat is crammed full of news from Quantum Break, Rocket League, and more. Quantum Break Coming to Xbox One and Windows 10 on April 5 Huge news for PC gamers this week. Remedy confirmed the swirling rumours that their upcoming game Quantum Break will receive a Windows 10 version. The game will launch on b...

Rocket League Finally Heading to Xbox One in February 2016

Xbox One owners have been waiting for quite a bit of time in the hopes that the very popular Rocket League, which has already been released on the PlayStation 4 and PC with cross-play support, to come to the console. Well that wait will soon be over as it was announced by Psyonix that Rocket League will be released on the Xbox One in February 2016. The Xbox One version of the game will feature a c...

Sweet Tooth Pulls in to Rocket League; New Trailer Emerges

Rocket League is a title you should staple to your tongue if you own a PS4/PC and love insanity this summer. The reason why I say this is that developer Psyonix are bringing the game to both platforms, and have just made the deal sweeter. Straight from Twisted Metal, Sweet Tooth will be making a cameo as a playable character, meaning you can use that ten billion other combinations promised within ...

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