Rocket League Interview: Radical Summer

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    Rocket continues to be involved in licensing content in some places for many years, though with the new Radical Summer campaign, Psyonix's team is pushing things over. As part on the Grand Summer Celebration, the Rocket League is holding a limited-time event that features new cosmetics coming from a variety of popular cultural icons in the 1980s. We could talk to Rocket League Trading Psyonix concerning the Radical Summer event, learn regarding the sources of these new cosmetics approaches to use the nostalgic mood to build up a fan base for your game.

    The Radical Summer event lasted a complete of nine weeks and began from the first week of June. One in the main popular features of the event is the brand new Spike Rush model. Using Rumble mode spike power, Spike Rush gives a power-up for many participants, allowing a collection of spikes to emerge from their rocket-powered car. Once the ball is approached, the spike will block the ball inside the car, allowing the manager to relocate toward the purpose of the opposing team. Players will never be promoted, as well as the remaining players will stay in full power. While the same basic concepts affect the Rockets' standard model, Spike Rush requires players to think of creative approaches to drag the ball in the goal.

    Radical Summer also brings an array of exclusive cosmetics, including new banners, portrait frames, wheels, rocket trails, paint jobs, top hats plus much more. Most in the cosmetics are combined with a romantic summer theme from the 80s, with bright neon tones and mmoah retro-futuristic style. Some backpacks are for login only, and the majority of newly licensed cosmetics can be bought a time-limited tape currency. After each game inside Rockets League over the radical summer game, players get a random volume of tapes. These tapes are usually exchanged for a selection of cosmetics, including Goonies's Sloth's hat, wheels using the Ghostbusters logo, Mr. Miakagi's The Karate Kid headband and even more.

    This event lasts until August 12th, if you decide to want to master these nostalgic cosmetics, please join the Rocket League now.

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