Psyonix has added special esports-themed goal explosions to Rocket League featuring the logos of top teams including G2.
UK esports organisations Endpoint and SMPR Esports are among those getting their own goal explosions, which will be available in the Esports Shop Tab in-game from June 22nd 2022.
The team goal explosions will cost 500 esports tokens each. The 19 explosions were shown off in a trailer on YouTube here:
Psyonix said: “RLCS teams have exploded their way into the Rocket League Esports Shop with 19 new Goal Explosions and are available starting on June 22nd, just in time to gear up for the RLCS Spring Major. Rock your favorite team on the pitch every time you slot home a game winner.”
The news comes as the best Rocket League players in the world will prepare to face off in the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) 2021-22 Spring Major in London next week.
Ahead of the Spring Major, the Rocket League Esports Shop will be getting its final update of the season, which featuring the goal explosions.
Full List of Rocket League Esports Team Goal Explosions
- Evil Geniuses
- Karmine Corp
- Misfits Gaming
- SMPR Esports
- Team BDS
- Team Vitality
- FaZe Clan
- G2 Esports
- Ghost Gaming
- Spacestation Gaming
- Ground Zero Gaming
The RLCS Spring Major is taking place in London’s Copper Box Arena from June 29th to July 3rd and is the final Major of the RLCS 2021-22 Season before the Rocket League World Championship.
Earlier this month, UK org Endpoint qualified for both the Rocket League RLCS London Major and World Championship.
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