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Soccer/racing hybrid Rocket League will debut on PS4 this weekend during Sony’s PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas, developer Psyonix announced today.

Rocket League is a sequel to the team’s 2008 PS3 soccer and racing mashup Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, and also, according to community and marketing director Jeremy Dunham, “a chance to improve on the first Battle-Cars in nearly every possible way.”

These improvements include, of course, better physics, faster gameplay, and “infinitely better visuals,” a Season Mode, split-screen support for up to four players, dedicated servers, and an expanded vehicle and stadium count.

To be clear, “debut” in this instance, it seems, refers to appear at in playable form. The game itself won’t launch on PS4 until a later, undisclosed date.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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Soccer/racing hybrid Rocket League coming to PlayStation 4

Soccer/racing hybrid Rocket League will debut on PS4 this weekend during Sony’s PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas, developer Psyonix announced today.

By | 12/2/2014 02:40 PM PT

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Soccer/racing hybrid Rocket League will debut on PS4 this weekend during Sony’s PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas, developer Psyonix announced today.

Rocket League is a sequel to the team’s 2008 PS3 soccer and racing mashup Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, and also, according to community and marketing director Jeremy Dunham, “a chance to improve on the first Battle-Cars in nearly every possible way.”

These improvements include, of course, better physics, faster gameplay, and “infinitely better visuals,” a Season Mode, split-screen support for up to four players, dedicated servers, and an expanded vehicle and stadium count.

To be clear, “debut” in this instance, it seems, refers to appear at in playable form. The game itself won’t launch on PS4 until a later, undisclosed date.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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