Psyonix has revealed a number of arenas that are going to be added to the Rocket Labs Playlist in Rocket League.
According to developers, the ‘Octagon’ arena is VR-themed like other Rocket Labs arenas, but the large, eight-sided walls are what set it apart from others. Moreover, it will be available for both Online and Offline Exhibition Play.
Rocket League Arenas
This is not all though! Psyonix has also confirmed two more variants of classic traditional fields i.e. Urban Central (Dawn) and DFH Stadium (Stormy) are coming as well.
Both the variants will be available for Online and Offline Exhibition Play and Private Matches as well as Ranked Playlists. The developer has also revealed a couple of screenshots that can be found attached below!
The “Octagon” arena isn’t the only addition headed to Rocket League, as two more variants of classic traditional fields, “Urban Central (Dawn)” and “DFH Stadium (Stormy),” are coming as well. As always, both variants will be included for Online and offline play in Exhibition and Private matches, and the Ranked Playlists as they should be.
In addition to this, Psyonix has also announced Rocket League Rumble Mode which is also scheduled to arrive next month in September. The mode will arrive with 11 new power-ups which is expected to bring an extra dimension to the classic Rocket League formula.
Like the new arenas, the Rumble Mode will be available in both Online and Offline Exhibition Modes.
In relevant news, the developer has confirmed that cross-play between Xbox One and Playstation 4 is done, but there is only one hurdle – Sony’s approval! To read up more, head over to the post!
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