PlayStation 3 owners may fondly remember a crazy combination of racing and soccer called Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars during the console's early days. Now developer Psyonix is looking to release the game's sequel with some new features and a shorter name. Today, they unveiled Rocket League.
Rocket League will feaure more of the soccer action that's pushed forward with giant souped-up vehicles. The game will add a Season Mode with various unlockables, as well as new stadiums and vehicles. Other features will include online and local split-screen multiplayer, dedicated servers, and a replay feature that allows for custom camera angles.
The first glimpse into Rocket League can be seen in the trailer below. The game is expected to release on PlayStation 4 in Spring 2015.
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