5 Tips for Beginners in Rocket League

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The world of gaming is constantly changing, and some arcade games disappear as quickly as they came. Fall Guys might serve as an ideal example here. However, every now and then there are titles that can establish themselves permanently in the hearts of gamers - such as Rocket League. The car football game has been around for 5 years now and has been able to build up a large fanbase during this time.

The Esports scene is also growing steadily and teams like G2 Esports have long been among the best ever. However, a lot has happened in the last month. After the takeover by Epic Games, the Fortnite developer has already done a lot to boost player numbers once again. This included the introduction of Season Rewards and even crossover events with Battle-Royale hit Fortnite. The biggest change reached us just under 1 ½ months ago:

Rocket League is now free-to-play! If you want to play the car soccer game, you can download it for free from the Epic Games Store. A glance at the number of players tells us that the experiment was a success. On the PC alone, the number of players has increased by a whole third and the fanbase continues to grow. The queues are filled with new players, who may could look a little lost on the pitch at first. It is a technically demanding game that requires experience and practice. So beginners should definitely pick up some simple tips at the start. Royal disciplines such as flying require intensive training and should rather be ignored at the beginning. Instead, there are numerous small tips that you should consider when starting your Rocket League career. In addition to basics such as camera settings and the training mode, there are also tactical elements that you should be aware of. We put together 5 simple tips for you with which you can have an easy start to your car football career. Let‘s go!

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