Rocket League: Rocket Labs brings back the classics

The Rocket Labs beta return to the Rocket League has been announced for some time. Now, however, there is more specific information on “when” and “how.” The answer to “when” is: Immediately! Even if you are reading this post, you can find Rocket Labs in Rocket League as Time Limit (LTM) mode within the normal game modes.

The first “Galleon” card, which will remind many veterans of you of the SARPBC Supersonic Battle Vehicles (SARPBC), will remain until next Tuesday, January 19, 2021, at 3:00 AM. Psyonix explains, Rocket Labs, which will test cards, mutations and patterns, have a series of LTMs.

In the future, the Rocket Labs playlist will be integrated exclusively as LTMs in Rocket League and to implement new types of arenas and modes. This weekend, “Soccar” is shown on “Galleon” on the show. The map, which has been altered of course in the Labs by the Labs design, is the one that runs on deck based on the pirate ship – including the heights behind the gates – only the large mast in the middle is missing.

Rocket League® – Rocket Labs LTM trailer


About Rocket League

Cars and soccer? A combination that couldn’t actually go bad. According to this motto, developer Psyonix created a title that captured the slogan “Easy to learn, hard to master” at 100 percent. As the successor to “Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars” (SARPBC), possibly the longest-running game title in the world, Rocket League has reached the hearts of esports fans.

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Since September 23, 2020, the PvP title has been freely available to all players via the Epic Games Store. With the change, Rocket League created the biggest disruption in its history to date and added or changed many mechanisms and features.

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Tess Larson

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