It’s hard to believe we’re approaching Rocket League’s Fifth Anniversary! It feels like just yesterday that we were hitting the pitch for the first time, and learning the basics. Now we’re dishing assists and scoring goals with (relative) ease! To celebrate this momentous occasion, we’re throwing a two-week in-game event featuring all-new items and Limited Time Modes!
Rocket League’s official Fifth Anniversary may not be until July 7, but we’re celebrating early starting today! Start earning Balloons following Online Matches, and redeem them for Psyonix- and Rocket League-themed items in the Event Store. Sport items like the Psyonix II Wheels, Party Horn Boost, and many more new and remixed items from the history of Rocket League. Plus, earn and unlock Golden Eggs, which contain items from Champions Series 1, 2, 3, and 4!
It wouldn’t be a party without some Limited Time Modes. That’s why Spike Rush and 2v2 Heatseeker are returning and will be featured for one week each throughout the event. Check out the full schedule below:
Spike Rush: June 30 (Event Begins) – July 6
2v2 Heatseeker: July 6 – 13 (Event Ends)
Celebrate five high-flying years of Rocket League starting today until July 13. From all of us at Psyonix, thank you to the Xbox Community for your continued support and for being a part of this incredible journey! Good luck, and see you on the pitch!
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