Rocket League's First Free Map Revealed
Utopia Coliseum coming "in a few weeks."
Fans of Psyonix's fiendishly fun car-based soccer game Rocket League will be treated to a new map for free "in a few weeks."
The map was revealed on the official Rocket League Twitter account and is called "Utopia Coliseum." As you can see in the screenshot below, it is a picturesque arena furnished with lavish stone sculptures, well-kept plant life, and a convenient blue-versus-orange aesthetically split.
The map is inspired by the Utopia map from Rocket League's predecessor, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle Cars.
Rocket League has become somewhat of a sensation since its release in July. It has seen over 4 million downloads across PC and PS4, where it remains a free download for PlayStation Plus members.
Rocket League offers cross-platform multiplayer between the two versions of the game.
Psyonix recently talked about the first DLC for the game. In addition to a free new level, two new cars are on the way, both of which you can see here.
Looking forward, the developer has indicated it will support the game for "years" to come.
"We have BIG plans for Rocket League and our players, which is why you can expect to see plenty more from us over the next several weeks, months, and hopefully, even years," said community and marketing director Jeremy Dunham wrote.
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