Yes, the introduction of Rocket ID is an eagerly anticipated one and not least for console gamers. The debate of PC over console has raged for longer than many of us care to remember and is worthy of a dissertation by stronger minds than my own, but while both platforms certainly have their strengths and weaknesses – and it will melt the brain of most hard-core PC gamers to www.mmobc.com hear it – when it comes to a game like Rocket League I personally feel the differences are marginal at best. What matters most is that we can now take our personal differences and use supercars to beat each other around the arena for having conflicting opinions.
Rocket League Items have really pushed the boat out with the new update and looking at the update log it’s plain to see they’ve been hard at work preparing to implement many improvements across the board so we can expect to see the new system in place on schedule for August 29th, though we’ll have to wait a little longer for Rocket ID as they push to have it ready for release before the end of September.
The gamer in me tells me to expect some minor teething issues initially but it won’t be long before the world’s best can seamlessly battle away to their hearts’ content regardless of the hardware at their disposal. As if Rocket ID weren’t enough to get the juices flowing, the promise of competitive modes for Hoops and Dropshot will bring new opportunities for healthy and hard-fighting competitions, and rob me of any hope of unwinding on the court after a pasting up and down the arena on 3v3 Solo of an evening.