Rocket League Reveals First Details For ‘Rocket Pass 2’ (VIDEO)
The first Rocket League Rocket Pass was hugely successful for developer Psyonix, and it proved to the gaming community that season pass-esque optional DLC can work when implemented properly. With the first Rocket Pass having concluded a few weeks ago, Psyonix has now revealed the first details for Rocket Pass 2, which is set to arrive this month.
The news comes by way of the official Rocket League website, with a new blog post that breaks down what fans can expect in the second iteration of the Rocket Pass. As with the first pass, both free and premium users will have the chance to earn several new rewards simply by playing the game and earning exp. Psyonix posted a teaser trailer for Rocket Pass 2, which can be seen below:
As seen in the trailer, the Rocket League Rocket Pass 2 introduces a new battle-car dubbed Artemis, as well as numerous other new and exciting rewards. Said rewards vary from player banners to rocket trails to goal explosions, so there will likely be something for everyone here. Here’s how to obtain the Rocket Pass Premium for those interested:
- Launch Rocket League and select ‘Rocket Pass’ in the main menu
- Select ‘Get Premium’ and then ‘Upgrade For 10 Keys’
- Purchase keys or use your existing balance to purchase Rocket Pass Premium
The Rocket Pass 2 date range is December 10 – March 18, which gives players a solid three months to grind out the rewards they are gunning for. With the recent changes to the progression system, it should be fairly easy for a player that regularly plays Rocket League to acquire all the scripted rewards. As with the last Rocket Pass, once the player gets past the scripted rewards they can then earn painted, certified, and special edition versions of some of the featured items.
Rocket League is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
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