Rocket League Celebrates 2nd Anniversary with Double Drop Rates

Rocket League Celebrates 2nd Anniversary with Double Drop Rates

Today marks the second anniversary of Rocket League, as that hit sports game launched on July 5, 2015. Psyonix, the game’s developers, recently released a 2nd Anniversary Update to mark the occasion, but has now revealed that they are also celebrating by holding Rocket League’s first Double Drop Weekend.

The Rocket League Double Drop-Rate Weekend is now live, and will run until July 10 at 5pm GMT. During this time, all uncommon or greater customization items and Crates will drop more frequently after each match. The chances of earning a painted version of an item have also been doubled this weekend.

The developers also teased what is coming to the game over the next year, including a “big” fall update that will many requested features to the game. They also revealed some interesting statistics about the game, including the fact that over 33 million people have played the game, and that over 1.6 million people play Rocket League every day.

The aforementioned 2nd anniversary update also added a lot to the game, including  a new map called Champions Field, customizable Engine Audio, Goal Explosions, and Supersonic Trails, a new kind of Crate, new Achievements and Trophies, and new customization items based off of Rick and Morty.

Rocket League is now available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and will come to Nintendo Switch later this year.