Rocket League for PlayStation 4

Rocket League

Jul 7, 2015
221st of 7915

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Psyonix
Content Rating: Everyone


Soccer meets racing once again in our long-awaited, physics-based multiplayer-focused sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars! Choose a variety of high-flying vehicles equipped with huge rocket boosters and soar into the air to score amazing aerial goals, perform incredible saves, and even demolish enemy players at unbelievable speeds!

Gamer Reviews

246173 Reviews
0 review
Jan 19, 2022

Very fun game. It's easy to learn but hard to become pro. Time flies when playing. Only con is people cursing when you make a bad move.

Nov 22, 2020

Sep 13, 2021

Rocket League is a rare example where the execution of a simple, absurd idea is so strong and so engaging that it doesn’t need a ton of extra features around it. The rush of ripping across the pitch at full turbo to deny a shot on goal with a clutch bicycle-kick is enough to bring me back time and time again for just “one more match,” even without meaningful progression systems.

Critic Reviews

36 Reviews
Glenn WigmoreJul 13, 2015
Good for Psyonix. They are supporting their game in the right way, and they’ve created a gameplay loop that’s super addictive and full of ridiculous moments and co-operative hijinks. Like everyone else, I want to see the server issues stabilized, but Rocket League has already shown itself to be a winner.
Steven BurnsJul 09, 2015
Offline, Rocket League fares less well, with its AI either too easily bested or intensely difficult to beat, and a season mode that suffers accordingly, despite its slew of unlockable cars and accoutrements. That's a minor concern: multiplayer is Rocket League's priority, and it delivers.
Ben KucheraJul 27, 2015
Within a few hours of playing Rocket League, I had amassed plenty of “holy shit, did you see that?!” moments, both accidental and intentional. It’s easy to see why the game’s popularity has spread like wildfire despite little to no pre-release buzz. It’s easy to pick up, nearly impossible to put down, and tuned to perfection. All the fat, all the bullshit that may have overcomplicated the game’s design has been sliced off, and what’s left is a pure, thrilling competitive experience.

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