Rocket League

Not wanting to part with a fruitful idea, the developer was simultaneously working on improving the old version and performing tasks for other studios. By 2013, the idea of ​​​​continuing "war machines" had found all the missing details. Psyonix took into account the shortcomings of the previous version and from the same year began both the realization of the idea and a full-scale marketing campaign. Advertising campaigns and promotions were placed on social networks, specialized magazines and helped Psyonix to fuel interest in the game until the release date in July 2015.

In the end, the developer turned out to be a quality arcade-style racing game. The player participates in a "football match" with three players against an opposing team of four users. The trick of the arcade is to control a jet racing car. The winning conditions are similar to traditional football - you need to score goals against the opponent's goal. The developer has provided users with a wide range of modes: play locally or online, alone or in multiplayer mode. A crommy-platform mode is also available. The release took place on 07/07/2015, first for Windows and PlayStation 4.

A year later, the game was brought to the Xbox One, Linux and macOS platforms. A version was also created for the Nintendo Switch in 2017. In 2020, two significant events took place - firstly, the arcade game became free, and secondly, the developer ended support for Linux and macOS. Unlike the first attempt, the new game received very good reviews. The only complaints were the capabilities of the physics engine.

Having received a number of awards and sold 10 million games by 2018, Psyonix decided to develop several updates that included new modes in the style of hockey and basketball, as well as changes to the basic rules at the request of the user. The success of the game contributed to the creation of its own Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) and its inclusion in the esports list.

This game is an arcade-style soccer game with racing jet cars. The history of Rocket League begins in 2008, as it is a sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars. But, unfortunately, the first development to its manufacturer (Psyonix) did not bring wide success, however, it still managed to acquire a stable number of fans.