The soccer madness of 'Rocket League' goes cyberpunk June 20th

Cars playing soccer under the glow of neon lights is something everyone needs in their life.


Earlier this week, the team at Psyonix teased that we'd have even more details about Rocket League's huge upcoming June patch and now those are here. On June 20th, fans will be able to knock oversized soccer balls into equally oversized nets against the new, neon-drenched and cyberpunky "Neo Tokyo" arena. It's a free download for everyone, but if you want to add the map's pair of anime-inspired cars to your collection you'll have to pony up $1.99 for each in July. Conversely, you could pick up the game's physical edition starting June 24th (that's soon!) which includes early access to those and two others.

The patch also marks the beginning of the game's third season for competitive multiplayer, a slew of additions to item drops, an item trade-in feature and a few other superficial bits and bobs. There are a few more details at the source link, and to help pass the time until the June 20th release, you should probably check out the new trailer embedded below.

Update (June 20th): The update is live, you can check out the full change log here.