Rocket League is a vehicular soccer game developed and published by Pysonix, This is soccer with rocket-powered card and it’s a sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars. If you don’t know what Rocket League developed I will give you a backstory, Psyonix’s founder Dave Hagewood (work on Unreal Tournament 2003 who was hired as a contractor for Epic Games) and Pysonix want to make a racing game with Unreal vehicles (based on Hagewood experience) in a physics-based engine enjoyable. The team played around with several race options but found out they have added a ball to be pushed by the vehicles which become Battle-Cars (which features speed boost and vehicles flying off the arena).
The gameplay is simple, you ride with your rocket-powered car and try to score like soccer. You can jump and mid-air, dodge, use speed boost to momentum to spike the ball and use powerups to gain the upper hand. You can customize your car to your liking such as logo (Twitch, NBA and etc.), items to put on your car, change the color scheme and many possibilities. When you win a match you level up and get items as well. There are several game modes such as Exhibition (one-on-one, three-on-three or four-on-four), Online (Causal, Competitive and Ranked), Training (for newcomers) and etc. Fun Fact: Basketball and Hockey are apart this game as well. Overall, this is one of the best sports game I ever played and has been in tournaments until this day. If you love soccer this is the game for you. Rocket League is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.