Rocket League has been a hit since its first launch back at the start of July, and for good reasons. Both the TechRaptor review and my own personal review thought so, giving the game high marks. And the fun isn't about to stop here, as more content is coming in August for the new hit game from the guys over at Psyonix. This is on top of the fact that the game has hit 5 million combined downloads between the PC and the PS4 in less than a month, which is no small task, even with its membership in the PS Plus program.
In the Supersonic Fury DLC Pack, you get two brand new Battle-Cars in the Dominus and the Takumi, which each have 6 custom decals. Not only that, but the game will also get two new wheel sets, two all-New Rocket Boosts, five all-new Paint Types, and a handful of new Trophies. The entire paid DLC for this pack is cosmetic, and will be available in early August for $3.99.
But that's not all, as free updates will be hitting the game as well. They'll be adding a new map in the Utopia Coliseum, and more than 70 new country flags. They're also adding a big fan requested mode in Spectator mode, allowing viewers to take a look at the high paced action in real time. The controls are going to be similar to the replay viewers as described by the developers. There will be further enhancements as well, such as updated goal explosions and demolitions that will be coming to the game, adding to already what is a fantastic spectator sport.
I admit, I'm a huge fan of the game and how well it plays, and the fact that the DLC is only cosmetic, and the main chunk of functionality of the update in the Spectator Mode is being added in for free makes me happy from a consumer standpoint. For a low-price game in itself, the game can bring hours of chaotic fun, and I don't think I'll be uninstalling it from my console or my Steam account anytime soon.