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Rocket League’s next season brings changes to tournaments and a new cowboy-themed car
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Rocket League’s next season brings changes to tournaments and a new cowboy-themed car

Rocket League’s fourth season kicks off on Wednesday, bringing some huge changes to tournaments, a setting to flip off copyrighted music, and a new cowboy-themed car.

The changes to tournaments, which developer Psyonix first revealed on August 5th, embody a new 2v2 mode, providing you with an possibility to workforce up with only one different buddy in aggressive play. Psyonix can be including many extra tournaments — there will probably be “between eight and 13” extra tournaments in every area, Psyonix stated. And as well as to the new 2v2 and present 3v3 mode, the studio will host Additional Mode tournaments that can cycle between modes like Rumble (which has randomized power-ups), Hoops (a basketball-like mode), and Snow Day (Rocket League’s tackle hockey).

Season 4 will even add a new setting that enables gamers to flip off copyright-protected music within the recreation, which may assist streamers keep away from getting DMCA takedown notifications. When you flip on this setting, copyrighted audio will probably be “muted or changed by music that’s free to use,” Psyonix says.

The cowboy-themed Outlaw car will probably be out there as a part of the season 4 Rocket Cross, which is the sport’s tackle a Fortnite-style battle cross.

Rocket League season 4 will kick off on Wednesday at 11AM ET.

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