Psyonix hand-picked a new set of training packs for Rocket League players to improve their performance and iron out any remaining weaknesses in their driving prowess.
Rocket League has become so popular and accessible that it is being used by lobby groups to show off to politicians. This is the magical ingredient for the long-term success of a game. A game has to be easy to get into, but hard to master. Rocket League achieved such balance — which makes it still engaging and massively popular, even four years after its release.
Although previous training packs in your Rocket League’s Training Browser came from the game’s pros, who best knows how to play the game than its developers?
Check out the refreshed Featured Custom Training packs and elevate your game! They might even help you get to that next Rank before Season 11 ends! Details: https://t.co/XKLNLfttma pic.twitter.com/oP09j1NrNx
— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) July 30, 2019
Psyonix selected nine new training packs to help you perfect your skills in dribbling, defending, clearing, passing, double touching, backboard shots, and other advanced tricks across the hardest difficulties.
Here is the full set of refreshed training packs in your Training Browser:
As Season 11 ends on August 27, you still have plenty of time to take advantage of the training packs and improve your ranking. In order to accomplish that, you have to play the matches in your Competitive Playlist and gain the Season Reward Level. Only after successful completion will you be granted the rewards for Competitive Season 11.
Lastly, if you want to get some notoriety and you consider yourself a Rocket League master, you can create your own training pack and submit it to Psyonix. They go through fan-submissions every month — shared on their Twitter, Discord, and Reddit.
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Images courtesy of Twitter/@RocketLeague, official website.