Rocket League developer Psyonix announced the game from sunxin's blog

Essentially, players must continually play matches to rank up tiers. As per the Rocket League site there are no Fortnite-esque challenges in the game just yet but still plenty of things to get excited about. The free version only has 29 Tiers, while the premium version (which will set you back 10 keys at $9.99) has 70 and beyond. Levelling up each tier will earn you new rewards, though Premium Rocket Pass holders will have exclusive rights to some of the bigger and better items around, including car bodies and goal celebrations.It promises to be a massive paradigm shift for a game that already undergone some major changes this week. What do you think of it? Let us know in the comments!

Rocket League Credits developer Psyonix announced the game second Rocket Pass will be launching for all platforms on Dec. 10.Similar to the game first pass, which launched in early September and ended late November, Rocket Pass 2 will offer two paths of rewards for players to receive by completing matches and earning XP. The free pass will be available to all players automatically, while the premium pass can be purchased for 10 keys ($9.99).

The developer did make a few changes for the new Rocket Pass after listening to community feedback. One overall change made with the latest patch released earlier this week was increasing the base experience earned from completing matches by 40% and increasing the win bonus and the weekly win bonus from two matches to three per day.

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