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The dimension crossing duo, Rick and Morty, are making their way to the world of Rocket League.
It looks as if WWE could be making its way into the racing world, thanks in large part to their recent announced partnership with Rocket League. The official Twitter account for Rocket League broke the news and referenced their sponsorship of the upcoming WWE pay per view Backlash.
Another year, another round of exceptional video games winning awards at the BAFTA Games Awards. This year featured a total of 18 awards distributed among different categories. Inside managed to snag four of these awards, while Firewatch and Overcooked were both able to bring in two each. Keep in mind that while the awards were given in 2017, the games themselves were released in 2016.
Rocket League fans can’t say they aren’t spoiled as developer Psyonix announced a new mode for the popular soccer-car title.
Rocket League developer Psyonix has been hard at work on cross-platform play. The feature is now ready to be rolled out — if Sony gives the go-ahead, that is.
Yes, both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players are ostensibly able to play as of right now. But Psyonix Vice President Jeremy Dunham says that Sony needs to give the go-ahead on this feature.
“Right now,” Dunham told IGN, “we’re literally at the point where all we need is the go-ahead on the Sony side and we can, in less than a business day, turn it on and have it up and working no problem. It’d literally take a few hours to propagate throughout the whole world, so really we’re just waiting on the permission to do so.”
Dunham went on to say that the timing is up in the air. “It could be tomorrow, it could be longer than that. We just don’t know – we’re anxiously awaiting that, just like the rest of our fans.”
This puts Psyonix in the same position as players, as Dunham states. Both the developer and Rocket League fans are waiting with bated breath for the confirmation. But as of right now, that could take longer than expected.
Dunham made it clear he doesn’t hold anything against Sony, however.
“Sony’s such a big company that I’m sure it takes a while for them to figure out what it is that the roadblocks are,” he told IGN, “what sort of issues they might run into with other titles, any number of things that I can’t even begin to speculate on.
If Sony gives a thumbs-up soon, this would be major announcement. More developers have been making the push for cross-platform play in recent months. Blizzard has expressed interest in doing it for Overwatch, for example. Only time will tell if the powers that be are ready for such a massive change.
New faces will be gracing teams in Rocket League as cross-network play between the PC and Xbox One versions of the game will be enabled today, making it the first title on Xbox One to do this.
The long-awaited definitive version of Rocket League, the collector’s edition, is hitting store shelves next month with exclusive content.
The special, disc-based version of Rocket League releases on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One for $29.99. The collector’s edition includes three DLC Packs: Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars, and Chaos Run, as well as four all-new, exclusive vehicles.
Rocket League Collector’s Edition debuts June 24 in Europe and July 5 across North America.
After a hard day of learning how to create a variety of tech projects like video games and robots, over 50,000 campers at iD Tech summer STEM programs will get to unwind and compete against each other by playing Rocket League.
The critically acclaimed eSports game of last year will be incorporated into more than 130 summer camps across 30 states in the U.S. Rocket League was decided as the primary game for iD Tech Camps competitions because it’s fun for people of all ages.
The game will be able to be played by all iD Tech students during non-instructional times and for those who choose to participate in their Ultimate Gaming Weekends. The camp is sure to create a balanced experience of both fun and hands-on learning.
“We were immediately excited by the prospect of being included in the popular iD Tech programs,” said Jeremy Dunham, Vice President, Psyonix. “We believe in their vision and we love their programs, but we also know that Rocket League’s accessibility will give sports fans and non-sports fans alike the chance to compete in a game that’s unique and different than anything else.”
Ultimate Gaming Weekends allow students to compete in LAN gaming tournaments against each other or even their professors. With the wide array of games to choose from, campers can also decide whether they want to participate as a solo player or collaborate as part of team.
ID Tech incorporates more games into its programs than just Rocket League, including games like Minecraft, Dota 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Torchlight II.
The camp’s goal and purpose is to prepare students for the booming technical job market by providing them with the chance to develop new skills, complete tech projects and discover passions that they never knew they had.