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Rocket League is getting a ‘Rumble’ mode next month

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There’s good news for you Rocket League players out there. The bizarre yet oddly competitive vehicle based football game is getting a royal style rumble mode next month and it includes a variety of new power ups to really shake up the experience for any of us who thought it was getting stale. 

When it comes to gameplay, I, sure as hell, was getting bored. It’s inevitable that a game eventually gets boring at a certain point. So gamers like myself appreciate the occasional attempts at “changing things up”. So far Rocket League’s been a treat to play with friends and online, and with its recent console release, it has even more players smacking aroung unrealistically large balls with goofy cars.

It’s been over a year since Rocket League came out, and the once absurd sight of rocket-powered vehicles nudging oversized balls around futuristic stadiums has now become normalised. So it’s lucky that Psyonix is soon to release a new Rumble Mode, which introduces a range of over-the-top power-ups in a battle royale-style setting. If you pine for the days when Rocket League seemed cu-razy, this may appeal to you.

The mode, which will roll out some time in September, will appear in online playlists, and will be available as private and exhibition matches. There’s a video at the bottom of the page showcasing some of the power-ups, but check out this list, taken straight from the horse’s mouth:

  • The Boot (Kicks an opponent’s car)
  • Disruptor (Forces your opponent to drive uncontrollably)
  • Freezer (Freezes the ball in-place)
  • Grappling Hook (Pulls you towards the ball)
  • Haymaker (Punches the ball)
  • Magnetizer (Attracts the ball to your car)
  • Plunger (Grabs the ball via plunger and cord)
  • Power Hitter (Allows you to hit everything harder)
  • Spike (Attach the ball to your car when you bump into it)
  • Swapper (Change positions on the field with your opponent)
  • Tornado (Sweep up the ball and opposing cars into a giant funnel cloud)

Meanwhile, Rocket League’s crate and key system was leaked late last month, and while Psyonix has acknowledged that they are indeed installing the system into Rocket League, the studio has yet to detail it thoroughly.

Check out the trailer for Rumble mode right here:

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