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Rocket League members discuss radical summer events at the E3 Arena group

The Rocket League will soon celebrate its four-year anniversary on July 7th and has launched the summer event Radical Summer to kick off the celebration. During the E3 Arena panel discussion earlier today, members of the Rockets League detailed the 9-week event, which took place from June 10th to August 19th. Kinda Funny host Greg Miller joined Rocket League team members Jeremy Dunham (published vice president), Scott Rudi (game director) and Jason Rowells (art director), who talked about the event and detailed what this summer is coming . I believe that this discussion will lead to the sales boom of Rocket League Items.

The group began to broadcast a trailer for the event, including Kenny Loggins' "Play with Boys." This song also appeared in the game during the event. Dunham specifically pointed out that the trailer should be viewed many times because the team has hidden some surprises for those who are closely watching. "What are the tips in our next Rocket Pass, there are hints about what's in our next box, and there are tips for unlocking things that aren't available there," Dunham said.

Although Dunham and others have a naughty secret to the prizes in the trailer, they are very frank about what the player can expect during the event. The radical summer will be divided into three phases, each of which will bring new time-limited activities. The first phase, now taking place, is known as the '80s blockbuster (June 10 - June 30). This stage brought a large number of classic movies from the 80s, such as the Ghostbusters, E.T., The Goonies and Karate Kid. The famous car Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters also made its debut. The event at this stage is called "Ghost Hunt" and the player will use the photon beam to capture the ball and bring it to a stationary ground trap to gain points.

The next stage, called '80s culture (July 1 to July 21), celebrates everything in the 80s, such as video recorders and brick phones. '80s culture also brought the team's most exciting game mode, called "Spike Rush", they call it the rugby wheel. Players will be free to switch Rumble's spikes and pass the ball to the opposing team's goal. However, when players soar, they will not be able to improve and add a lot of strategies to the gameplay. The team noticed that this model, depending on the player's reaction, is most likely to stay in good shape. In professional players, more is to win the game through technology, and for ordinary players, Rocket League Crates and Rocket League Keys are particularly important.

The final stage was called the '80s TV station (July 22 - August 11), bringing another iconic model, the Cavaliers kit, Rowells pointed out that it has the same hit rate as the Ecto-1 and Dominus . Products from the classic WWE, Voltron, and even the roof of the Macho Man Randy Savage will also be unveiled at the event. The special mode, called "Beach Ball" is a must-have for summer past time and is played on the updated Salty Shores map.


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