Rocket League Blasts Off For Space

Rocket League

Another high profile announcement from the Video Game Awards last night came from none other than our good friends over at Psyonix.

The latest DLC pack for their independently developed Rocket League introduces a new space themed arena and a premium car. Available on December 7, 2016, the Starbase ARC arena will be free for all while the new Vulcan car will cost players a paltry $1.99 USD. Also included in this release is an all new custom training mode that will allow players to create their own training tips & tricks to share with others.

Checkout the trailer for Starbase ARC here.

 

Read some of the details from the press release below.

SAN DIEGO, CA – December 1, 2016 – Independent video game developer and publisher, Psyonix, creators of the indie smash-hit Rocket League®, today unveiled its new space-themed update, Starbase ARC, at The Game Awards in Los Angeles, CA. Available for download worldwide on Wednesday, December 7, Starbase ARC will feature a FREE new arena and premium DLC Battle-Car, Vulcan, priced at USD $1.99 (or regional equivalent).

Starbase ARC, an homage to Psyonix’s critically-acclaimed mobile title, ARC Squadron, is an octagonally-shaped space station orbiting a desert planet in a distant galaxy. Lasers fire whenever goals are scored, starships battle it out in the skies, and planetoids float eerily by in the distance to create one of the most epic Rocket League® atmospheres yet.

In addition to the FREE Arena and premium DLC car, the Starbase ARC update will also come with one of the most requested community features of all time: Custom Training mode! This FREE new mode allows players to create their own training sequence where they can name, design, edit, and upload their sequences for other Rocket League® players to access via alphanumeric code.

Written by Ben Palmer

Ben Palmer

An avid video game enthusiast who loves collector’s editions, retro gaming & the history of this great hobby.

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