Get ready for Rocket Pass 3 starting next week.
Get ready for Rocket Pass 3 starting next week.
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Steady pace the Switch has shown so far, resulting in Panic Button bringing more titles to the Switch.
Panic Button may be teasing more games for Nintendo’s hybrid console, the Switch. Panic Button has already brought some heavy hitters to the platform, such as DOOM and Rocket League, with Wolfstein: The New Colossus coming this year as well.
The Switch is on pace to become one of Nintendo’s hardware releases, with the possibility of overlapping the ever-popular Wii in a few years.
In a recent interview, Adam Creighton, director of development of Panic Button opened up about the overwhelming work taking place over the last few months, with ports taking a big toll on the company.
“You know that meme? With the dog? Drinking from a sprinkler? That’s me right now,” says Adam Creighton, director of development at Panic Button. For him, the volume of work is almost overwhelming. His studio handled the Doom and Rocket League Switch ports, and is currently hard at work on bringing another id property, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, to Nintendo’s console. And he hints it’s just the tip of the iceberg.
“And we might have some other titles for that platform, and maybe some other games for other platforms, in the works,” Creighton tells me. “In terms of volume, I’m in this amazing place where as a studio we get to choose how we want to grow, and with whom, and with what projects. My biggest challenge lately is not which projects do we pick to retarget to other platforms, but managing the other parts of our portfolio, picking the different projects that are exciting to different people in the studio, and being responsible about what I want to work on, versus what is best for the studio.”
While the Switch’s library keeps expanding, what titles would you like to see ported for the Nintendo Switch?
The current competitive season is coming to a close while Season 7 lurks onto the calendar this February.
Psyonix has announced that season seven of competitive play will be arriving in the “first half” of February, as announced through their blog post on the official website.
Like previous seasons, your Rocket League will soft-reset, and after 10 matches, you’ll be able to be ranked again. Winning at least half of your ten matches should put you around the same spot you left of the previous season.
The wait is almost over! Rocket League’s seventh competitive season is right around the corner.
It all begins in the first half of February, with a soft reset to go along with it. The reset means that once season seven begins, you’ll need to complete a set of ten placement matches per playlist to be officially ranked (note: winning half of your placement matches should likely put you back at or near your previous Season 6 rank). League Rankings will be temporarily empty once the soft reset occurs.
We’ve also taken some of your feedback on rank distribution, and we’re making a few adjustments in Duel (1v1) and Solo Standard (3v3) playlists to bring a higher percentage of those players into the Champion and Grand Champion ranks.
Now that you have the scoop on Season 7, it’s time to talk about Competitive Season 6 Rewards! For this season’s rewards, we’re going back to one of your favorite Rocket League customization items. The new Wheels are some of the most detailed we’ve ever created, and their different colors should compliment some beautiful Battle-Car presets. The ‘Champion’ Wheels practically pop off the screen! Take a look at all six Wheel sets in motion with the GIF below.
The prizes for those who climbed the ladder all the way to Grand Champion can now see what rewards they’ll acquire once the season officially comes to an end.
Remember: to qualify for Season 6 Reward Wheels, you will first need to have placed in at least one Competitive Playlist, and have earned the necessary Season Reward Level wins.
Here’s the distribution breakdown:
Bronze I or higher – Season 6 Bronze Wheels
Silver I or higher – Season 6 Silver Wheels + lower Wheels
Gold I or higher – Season 6 Gold Wheels + lower Wheels
Platinum I or higher – Season 6 Platinum Wheels + lower Wheels
Diamond I or higher – Season 6 Diamond Wheels + lower Wheels
Champion – Season 6 Champion Wheels + lower Wheels
Grand Champion – ‘Season 6 Grand Champion’ in-game Title + Champion Wheels + lower Wheels
Psyonix has shared to share more information regarding the exact release for Season 7 through their social media channels soon, so stay tuned in for now.
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