Rocket League Credits never been much of one for football

  • The Imperator DT5 is likely to conquer instant fan heart, because he gets the hit boxes of the most popular rocket car from the Rocket League, the Dominus. Psyonix has officially confirmed this via Twitter on request of a fan. From the shape's pretty strong direction Future Dominus: A car, like a Hollywood production car from a sci-fi movie. With very angular edges, muscular shapes and very defined lines, which is virtually the counterpart to the car world of the year 2017 - at the L.A. Auto Show the greats dominate with wavy lines and more feminine designs. For example, Mercedes-Benz says goodbye to its strong muscles and works with its new design language rather with curves and elegantly drawn lines.

    According to Psyonix, the Emperor D5 should also be a futuristic homage to the synth worlds of the 80s, but with high-tech rims. One of the new tire sets includes a variant of the Hikari P5 with rotating LEDs that blend in well with the new trail stripes. Traditionally, Psyonix attaches great importance to consistency in design. The wheels shine much more extreme and brighter than before, for example in the The Fast & Furious sets and more reminiscent of disguised spaceships on four wheels.

    Despite being an Englishman, Rocket League Credits never been much of one for football. Or soccer. It’s probably down to not being very athletic, but even then I’ve never liked watching it. I still remember playing Rocket League for the first time when it was available on PlayStation Plus, and despite my initial reservations, I loved it, even though I was restricted to offline play thanks to some early server issues. Rocket League can easily be described as “car soccer” but that does not do its appeal justice.