Rocket Alliance reveals the 2019 summer road map

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    Psyonix announced the Rockets' summer road map, revealing and detailing what the PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC and Xbox One players can get from the arms sports game in the coming months. The details come from a new post on the official website of the game, which also describes the latest developments in the acquisition of Psyonix by Epic Games. The first is the road map.

    Next month, the Rocket League Keys will open its "biggest in-game event" in history, including several time-limited events. Items that can be redeemed in the event store share the same in-game currency, but the items found in the event store itself will change over time as the event clicks in the game. In other words, there are more items than ever, but if you are not active enough, you may miss something.

    “We know that players sometimes get more active currency than they sometimes use, so we solved this by adding XP Level-Up Pack to the event store,” Psyonix wrote. “This means that players will be able to redeem event currency for XP Level-Up Packs and 10 points for Rocket Pass - allowing you to upgrade your Rocket Pass Tier in a super fast and super convenient way.”

    In addition, Psyonix will launch some content this summer, allowing players to party with strangers more quickly, and these strangers will not harass them or throw games in the chat because you made a mistake. This party option will be available on the screen after the game. Another change in quality of life is about to involve inventory. There will soon be a better way to Buy Rocket League Keys organize in-game items with additional inventory management tools. The last point in quality life is that Psyonix will improve and update the trading system, but from its sound, this will not happen in the summer, but in late 2019.

    In addition to the roadmap details, Psyonix revisited the latest news from Epic Games' acquisition of it:
    "Of course, you may have read this month's 'Epic News', which is why we also want to assure you (and other members of our community) that the Rockets Alliance will continue to be shaped by the same development team. Even if our family changes It’s even bigger,” Psyonix wrote. "This game will also continue to be inspired and inspired by the enthusiasm and feedback of our dedicated players."