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Rocket League is a video game where soccer and driving go hand to hand in thrilling matches with an impressive physics system.
There aren't many titles out there that fuse soccer and driving, especially in a way as crazy and fun. Enter the future in this sports-action game in which you drive booster-rigged vehicles which are your way of scoring goals. That's right, you use your vehicle and the laws of physics to get the ball into the opponent's goal and score a point. It may seem pretty straightforward, but in-game, it is much more difficult than you might imagine.
Rocket League has several detailed and impressive arenas. You will play against your opponents in these areas by ramming into the ball and propelling it into the air, preferably towards the enemies' goal. The gameplay feels smooth and impactful thanks to the highly advanced physics system which puts a lot of emphasis on mass and momentum. Rocket League feels both very chaotic and precise at the same time. It's your job to use your vehicle and the momentum that you gather in a way that will allow you to outmaneuver the enemy player and win the match.
Rocket League features Season Mode, a single-player experience for those that don't enjoy multiplayer, immense Battle-Car customization options, various unlockable vehicles and items, and so on. The game's 8-player online component allows you to experiment with many team configurations and sizes. There's also a split-screen option in the game. If you want to rewatch a match, there's a quality replays system implemented in the game.