Since it’s launch and Rocket League has been considered as one of the best games released this year on the PS4. Although it didn’t have much publicity or hype before it’s release but it still succeeded. If you play Rocket League a lot then you may have noticed that the maps can get a bit repetitive and all have the same rectangular shape.
Developer Psyonix won’ t allow you to get bored of their game’s maps so Psyonix boss Dave Hagewood stated that they had plans to add diverse fields with different shapes to the game later on after its release as free DLC.
“We wanted to start with the standard fields this time because we wanted to make sure everyone understood what the base game was, how we see the standard Rocket League experience being. We also wanted to promote competitive play in the game, and people who want extremely balanced competitive play and ranked modes and things like that, without adding a lot of extra noise.” Hagewood told PC Gamer.
“[W]e know the majority of players aren’t super competitive, they just want to have a good time–and we have a great time with the crazy different maps and so on,” He continued. “So we already have some of those in production to roll out later on.”
Expect the free Utopia-themed maps and Rocket League’s first DLC, Supersonic Fury, to release in August. The game is available now on PS4 and PC with plans to come to other platforms soon.