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Rocket League is proof that soccer would be way better if everyone was cars

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Rocket League is the follow-up to Psyonix's downloadable sports-adjacent title Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle Cars, which should tell you everything you need to know about this series. Basically, it's soccer, only instead of kicking the ball with human feet, you drive into the ball using a ... well, a rocket-powered battle car. A car that can break the sound barrier, and can perform tumbling maneuvers, hence the supersonic and acrobatic superlatives.

Check out the Overview above to see Justin and me form our own team in Rocket League, and try our darndest to secure a Pepsi sponsorship. Rocket League is out now on Steam, and is a free download on PlayStation 4 for PlayStation Plus subscribers.

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