Including competitive 2v2 tournaments.
Psyonix’s four-wheel soccer game Rocket League begins its fourth season this Wednesday, August 11, and the developer has outlined its key new additions, including the stunning Deadeye Canyon arena, ahead of its launch.
Admittedly, there isn’t much to report on the new arena yet, although you may get a long distance glimpse below, but there are a few more details to share ahead of Season 4. For example, with Wednesday’s launch, Rocket League players will be able to enjoy expanded competitive tournaments including Extra and 2v2, with the latter appearing in the first of Season 4. Limited Time Modes: Heatseeker 2v2.
This will begin on August 12th and will be followed by Speed Demon, a “super fast LTM [combining] mutators, Boomer Ball speed without the wild bounces, touch demos, and a quick comeback timer, “and then Spring Loaded later this month.
??: Deadeye Canyon
?: Extended Competitive Tournaments
– Rocket League (@RocketLeague) August 9, 2021
There is also a new car, Outlaw, which will be available as part of the latest Rocket Pass Premium of more than 70 Rocket League levels, joined by the No-Name Topper, Tanker Wheels, Amikoo Decal and Lava Boost cosmetics.
Wednesday also brings a selection of new features and settings, including a streamer-safe music option that mutes or replaces all DMCA-protected audio, range restrictions for undersized groups, and casual match enhancements, as detailed in Psyonix’s latest post.
Rocket League season four officially begins at 4pm UK / 8am PDT on August 11.