Giving players the ability to kick away other cars with giant boots or disrupt their driving ability are too silly for standard competitive Rocket League play, That’s serious business. Next month’s newly-announced Rumble mode looks to be anything but.
There’s new DLC coming for everybody’s favorite car soccer game and the add-on will give a nod to Rocket League’s obscure predecessor.
The good thing about Rocket League goals is that they don’t require the best players out there to end up being awesome. Or painful. Or both.
We got talking about Rocket League the other day, and started wondering: who is driving those cars?
I want to close out my time as your Kotaku ancient sentient robot weekend overlord with a final, Zen-like moment, thanks to the wonder that is Rocket League.
The fact I'm sitting here thinking, "Dammit, I really need to get an iPad," explains both the general excellence of ARC Squadron and its one unfortunate shortcoming, though the game still is a highly recommendable rail shooter that shines with high production value.