Have you ever played soccer using rocket-powered cars? Now you can, with Rocket League - a vehicular soccer video game developed and published by Psyonix. Rocket League is the sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars which both has soccer and driving combined. Rule of the game is simple, take control over a variety of amazing rocket-powered cars and hit the ball (a ball that is way larger than your car), strike a goal, and score points! Easy right? More excitingly, you can drive your vehicle and boost into the air for acrobatic passes and breathtaking shots. You charge up boost by driving over markers on the arena floor and unleash its thunderous rush that can fire you across, over and around the pitch. Because matches take place in flat, enclosed spaces, you can increase the fun and drive up walls and across ceilings. Cars can also jump and dodge, both of which can be used defensively and offensively. The ball in play is similar to a bouncing beach ball, only slightly less buoyant. It bounces and flies in unpredictable directions when touched by two parties at the same time which adds to the thrill and fun of the game. Once the ball reaches a goal, it will end its existence and explode into a dazzling array of color and sound ranging from a bevy of party balloons and cheering children, a dabbing Grim Reaper and even a flaming T-Rex explosion from Jurassic World. Yeah, they're incredibly crazy. Matches can be played from between one-vs-one up to four-vs-four players. Each game usually lasts five minutes long, with sudden death overtime if the game is tied at that point. You can also play on casual and ranked modes. Rocket league is available on PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. What are you waiting for? Experience the thrill, enjoy the game in over a dozen glossy, brightly colored arenas, flip cars, bounce balls, and keep the adrenaline running.