Rocket League Season 8 will soon come to an end soon and Psyonix has released details of the upcoming Season. In a blog post on the official website, Psyonix has also revealed the rewards for Season 8.
Season 8 Rewards
The Rewards for Season 8 will be in the form of Rocket Boosts for players. Depending on their Rocket League Rank, players will receive Rocket Boosts. The Distribution of the Rocket boosts are given below:Here’s the distribution breakdown:
- Bronze I or higher – ‘Season 8 – Bronze’ Rocket Boost
- Silver I or higher – ‘Season 8 – Silver’ Rocket Boost + lower Rocket Boosts
- Gold I or higher – ‘Season 8 – Gold’ Rocket Boost + lower Rocket Boosts
- Platinum I or higher – ‘Season 8 – Platinum’ Rocket Boost + lower Rocket Boosts
- Diamond I or higher – ‘Season 8 – Diamond’ Rocket Boost + lower Rocket Boosts
- Champion I or higher – ‘Season 8 – Champion’ Rocket Boost + lower Rocket Boosts
- Grand Champion – ‘Season 8 Grand Champion’ in-game Title + all Season 8 Rocket Boosts
Season 9 will come up soon with exciting new content
The upcoming Competitive Season in Rocket League is going to be an exciting time for Rocket League fans. Psyonix has announced numerous new game modes, new playlists, for the new season.
You will need to complete ten placement matches for each before obtaining a rank. The Competitive season will have all of the rules for forfeiting, Matchmaking and bans apply to them.
Here are the full update logs for Season 9. Psyonix will announce further details about the Rockets boosts at a later date.
Our next update marks the beginning of one of our most exciting Competitive Seasons to date! Extra Modes(formerly known as Ranked Sports) are coming to Competitive for the first time ever! Rumble, Dropshot, Hoops and Snow Day are all being converted to Competitive Playlists — 2v2 for Hoops and 3v3 for the other Playlists — found under the new ‘Extra Modes’ tab in the Playlist Menu.
— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) September 13, 2018
Similar to Competitive Soccar, you will have a unique MMR in each Playlist where you’ll need to complete ten placement matches for each before obtaining a Rank. All of the same Competitive rules (forfeiting, matchmaking bans, etc.) will still apply as well. How are Rewards going to work with these changes? Extra Mode wins will contribute to the same Season Reward Level as your Soccar matches. For those putting serious time in with Extra Modes, we’re also considering additional Season Rewards like Extra Mode-specific Grand Champion titles.
Alongside these additions to Competitive play, Rumble, Dropshot, Hoops and Snow Day will no longer appear as Casual Playlist options. (You can still use these modes in Private Matches, Local Matches, and Tournaments.) Due to population split, keeping Extra Modes in both Casual and Competitive could lead to great difficulty finding matches — something we want to avoid for their inaugural Competitive Season. Want to play Extra Modes without worrying about Competitive Ranks? We’re giving you the option to hide your Rank for these modes so you can maintain a more casual mentality while playing.
We will keep you updated with more news about Rocket League Season 9.
Copenhagen Flames picked up the ‘Bricks Roster’.
— Copenhagen Flames (@CPHFlames) September 13, 2018
With this acquisition, the Copenhagen Flames roster is as follows:
- Mitchell Shakahron Johnson.
- Håkon ‘Didris’ Paulsrud.
- Rasmus ‘Friis’ Friis.
- Tom ‘ Pugsay’ Flemming.
- Lesse ‘ Fuzz’ Geugjes.