Rocket League is a simplistic

Psyonix will release further details on exact timeframes for other 2018 updates after Tournament functionality has been added, but confirmed 2018 will see the addition of cross-platform parties and matchmaking, updates to the progression system, new arenas and features, and Xbox One X support.

Rocket League is a simplistic, yet deceptively deep, competitive multiplayer PC game. The gaudy RC cars, silly jet packs, and absurd aerial acrobatics can give any onlooker the impression that Rocket League is childish or casual .

So, it's surprising, and even a bit frustrating, for new players to jump into online matches and get utterly wrecked. The truth is, Rocket League$9.99 at Amazon is less like a soccer game with RC cars, and more like a team-based billiard game with RC-shaped cues. Everything, from the angle you strike the ball, to the surface of the car you connect with, radically affects your trajectory. Controlling your car, and knowing how to hit the ball, is integral to playing the game, and the in-game tutorials only teach you the basics. Rocket League prowess comes from experience, but figuring out where to begin can be daunting.