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Much like Minecraft, Psyonix is focusing on what it currently has with Rocket League as opposed to making a sequel.

In an interview with GameSpot, director Scott Rudi essentially stated that Rocket League 2 won’t be coming anytime soon. Rudi brought up wanting to “do more to expand the existing Rocket League”, and he’s unsure what a sequel would offer.

As per their official website, Rocket League and its predecessor Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars are about to celebrate their third and tenth anniversaries, respectively. To celebrate these milestones, there will be a new Anniversary Event running from July 9 to July 23. The details are as follows:

Psyonix is sharing the second of two big status updates for Rocket League today. After detailing a new Rocket Pass system yesterday, the studio has followed up with information about changes to XP and level progression that are planned for this summer.

Here’s the full rundown:

One of the items listed in Psyonix’s recent Summer Roadmap for Rocket League is the Rocket Pass. The studio shared official details on what fans can expect from the new system when it drops later this year.

Psyonix says Rocket Pass “is a brand new, time-limited progression system that will give you several ways to earn new content in Rocket League.” The developer wants to offer several of these passes every year, “with an emphasis on new, unique content for each Pass.”

Psyonix has detailed a new event starting in Rocket League next week. Beach Blast begins on June 11, allowing players to purchase Beach Blast Crates with Shells earned through online matches. You’ll also be able to buy these crates on the Rocket League client.

We have the full overview of Rocket League’s new Beach Blast event below, straight from Psyonix.

Psyonix has teamed up with Universal and Jeep for some new Rocket League DLC. The Jurassic World Car Pack will be available on June 18, the studio announced today.

The pack includes the following content:

The next big update for Rocket League is now available to download on Switch. Psyonix has started distribution of version 1.0.7.

Continue on below for the full patch notes. They pertain to the Salty Shores Arena, start of competitive Season 8, and much more.

Psyonix has dated the next big patch for Rocket League. Starting on May 29, players will be able to access the Salty Shores Update.

The new update is highlighted by the Salty Shores seaside Arena. Competitive Season 8, the distribution of Season 7 Rewards, the new Impact Create, new music, and other features will be included.

From time to time, Psyonix publishes roadmaps for Rocket League. These posts are intended to give players an idea about what’s planned for the game in the months ahead.

Yesterday, Psyonix issued the latest roadmap focusing on Summer 2018. If you’d like to see what’s in the pipeline between May and beyond, continue on below.

Following the last major Rocket League update on Switch, players noticed an option in the menu to link their Nintendo Accounts to Twitch. The initial speculation was that the option was tied to Fan Rewards. Psyonix officially confirmed that was the case yesterday, and has shared details about the whole initiative.

Rocket League players on Switch can connect their system to the Fan Rewards website and be eligible for Fan Rewards by following these steps:

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