Rocket League Season 2 set to launch on December 9, which will be bringing a new music theme and new content, and an all-new Rocket Pass which includes 70+ high-tempo Tiers of new items and the latest car R3MX. Also, a new design will be unlocked immediately with Rocket Pass Premium, and the final mix, the R3MX GXT. You should also check out the opening acts: Filiformer and EQ-RL Decals, Woofer and MTRX Wheels, and the Riser and Light Show Goal Explosions, and some of the items featured in Rocket Pass will pulse and flash to the beat of the menu and Arena music.
The Rocket Pass Premium will give you an XP boost with extra Weekly and Season Challenges to help you Tier up even faster. You can also access the Pro Tiers after Tier 70, where you can unlock Painted, Certified, and Special Edition versions of Rocket Pass items.
As I mentioned above earlier about the new music theme, yes you can select any of your favorite songs and blast it in the Arena when you score a goal, make an Epic Save, or earn MVP honors after a match. You’ll be able to expand your library of Player Anthems by unlocking new songs and songs from the history of Rocket League through Challenges, Rocket Pass, and the Item Shop.
Sony’s PlayStation is partnering with electronic music label Monstercat and hit artist Kaskade, who has produced new songs for Rocket League, the song “Flip Reset” with WILL K feature in the above trailer or you can play that songs from here.
There’s more for Players with an active PlayStation Plus membership can get the Hypernova G1 Boost, SLK-VL Wheels, Lightning Plus Trail, and Vice SE Breakout Decal bundle later this month. So keep eye on December 9 for Rocket League Season 2, you can download Rocket League for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, as well as on Xbox One platform, it’s free.
On the other hand, Xbox Series X and Series S users will get optimization for Rocket League before Season 2 goes live on December 9. You’ll also get 120 FPS on Rocket League, and a new video quality setting will be added within the video tab of the settings menu, where you can select Quality vs Performance.
When you select a Quality mode on Xbox Series X it will be setting up as 4K at 60 FPS with HDR while selecting Performance mode it will be setting up a resolution at 2688×1512 (70% of 4K) at 120 FPS with HDR. Whereas the Xbox Series S will be setting up as 1080p resolution at 60 FPS with HDR, while Performance mode run at 1344×756 (70% of 1080p) Resolution at 120 FPS with HDR.
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