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First Rocket League Splitscreen Multiplayer Video Available Now


Psyonix, the developer behind the recently-released free-to-play multiplayer action title Nosgoth, has created a brand new, action-packed gameplay video to debut Rocket League’s popular and robust splitscreen multiplayer capabilities. In this newest video, Rocket League’s multiplayer features two-, three- and four-player splitscreen action, along with online multiplayer gameplay to display its intense cooperative, competitive, and addictive nature.

Download the Rocket League Multiplayer Video HERE: www.hightail.com/download/UlRSZFhnNDQ4Q1FpR01UQw

For those attending GDC from March 4-6, 2015, Rocket League will be available for a hands-on look at the Sony Computer Entertainment Booth located in the Moscone Center South Hall, booth #1202. If you are interested in interviewing the Psyonix team, please feel free to contact Bryan Davies (bryan@reverbinc.com) or Douglass Perry (dperry@reverbinc.com), and we will be happy help you.

Rocket League, the successor to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, originally released on PlayStation Network in 2008, is slated for a spring release on PlayStation 4. Like the original, Rocket League is a futuristic sports-action game in which players control rocket-powered vehicles to play an enhanced version of soccer by driving their vehicles into the ball and other players. The gameplay is physics-driven, enabling players to hit the ball at the right angle to knock it into the goal. Rocket League expands on this successful gameplay formula of its predecessor with a major graphics update, a more content-rich experience, and tons of new features and updates.

For more information, visit www.psyonix.com, www.rocketleaguegame.com, ‘Like’ it on Facebook, and follow its development on Twitter @RocketLeague for all the latest developer updates and news.

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