Rocket League Gameplay
Rocket League is an amazing game that combines the basic rules of soccer but instead of using people as avatars, Rocket League makes use of rocket-powered cars. Rocket League has received a lot of praise and a good number of awards.
A year after its official release, Rocket League made over 6 million sales and earned 18 million unique players in the least. Later on, it was adopted by eSports and professional players have participated in numerous Major League Gaming and ESL; trading Rocket League is important since items can provide an edge over other players.
Rocket League has a ton of similarities with its predecessor Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket Powered Battle Cars when it comes to their gameplay. Players make use of a rocket-powered vehicle and maneuver them with a goal of hitting the ball towards the net protected by the opposing team; take note that the ball is a lot bigger than the vehicles. It’s basically a soccer game with elements taken from a demolition derby. The vehicles allow the players to jump and hit the ball as they’re in mid-air. Speed boosts are another feature, players can grab the speed boosts by passing their vehicles over especially marked spaces located on a field; these boosts help the vehicles cross the field quicker and with the added speed they can ram and destroy other vehicles.
Matches usually last up to about five minutes, but there are overtimes if the game becomes tied at the end. There are also competitive online modes that are ranked, players compete in tiered ranks during game seasons; wins and losses raises or lowers their rank respectively. A single player ‘season’ mode is available where players compete against computer controlled players. Just in December 2016, a feature called ‘Custom Training’ is introduced and it allows players to create challenges and share them with other players.