Rocket League

The best and only synthesis of hockey and soccer than you
can play with rocket-powered battle cars. Where most esports rely on gunplay or
clicky top-down wizardry, Rocket League is all physics and speed. Simply put,
you’re trying to smash a giant soccer ball into a goal with a car.

 But the cars can jump, and flip, and fly into the air once you get the hang of it (which will take a while). Even after three years, Rocket League players are still inventing new moves and tricks—if there’s a skill ceiling, no one’s bumped it yet.

It’s intimidating and your first matches will probably be rough as you learn to steer and backflip and ride the walls, but since there are so many other new players at any given time, as well as training modes and bot matches, you can still get up to speed even if you’re entering the arena late. Note that while you can play the Rocket League with a mouse and keyboard most prefer a controller.

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