The game has been canceled, with full shutdown planned for the end of May.“It is with a heavy heart and an immense sense of sadness that we must announce the end of Nosgoth’s development,” the developer announced today.
Even though Psyonix has been enjoying immense success with their sports game Rocket League, they had a much different project in the works.The game was called Nosgoth, which is a Legacy of Kain spin-off, though it has now been cancelled.
Available first as a timed exclusive in the Rocket League Collector�s Edition retail release, the jet-inspired Aftershock and monstrous Marauder will retain their original thematic style but also sport a new, more modern visual look.Both vehicles will also come with six gorgeous Decals immediately unlocked.
Rocket League Rumble is an epic battle royale-style addition that comes stacked with randomized power-ups.Whether you�re equipped with the Haymaker (which punches the ball), the Swapper (which changes your place on the field with an opponent�s), or the Tornado (you�ll just have to see it to believe it), each one of the 11 new power-ups brings an extra dimension to the classic Rocket League formula.
Available for both Online and Offline Exhibition play, �Octagon� is VR-themed like other Rocket Labs Arenas, but the large, eight-sided walls are what set it apart.�Urban Central (Dawn)� and �DFH Stadium (Stormy)� will be included for Online and offline play in Exhibition and Private matches, and the Ranked Playlists.
On February 21, we will release a new update that allows Rocket League to run at both 1080p (on a standard PS4) and 4K (on PS4 Pro) at 60 frames per second in all arenas for single and two-player split-screen modes.Three and four-player split-screen modes will offer 60 frames per second in most arenas at the same resolutions.
Our new game mode is all about Damage!Each panel can be hit by a ball twice -- the first hit activates the panel, while the second breaks the panel, creating a new scoring opportunity.
At the top of that list was a game that I’ve personally loved ever since it came out: Rocket League.Now, according to a new interview from IGN, it seems that Rocket League developer Psyonix is “evaluating” bringing it to Switch.
Not quite as catchy as “Rocket League,” but nevertheless it laid the ground work for what millions now play on a daily basis.Have yet to try Rocket League?