Rocket League Season 8 revealed with street racing theme

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With Season 7 wrapping up, Rocket League Season 8 has been revealed. In contrast to the last season's luxury theme, Season 8 is all about tuner car culture in the absence of Need for Speed 2022. Launching on 7 September, Rocket League Season 8 includes a new Arena, Competitive Season, and Rocket Pass.

Rocket Pass

Rocket League Season 8 Rocket Pass
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For the first time, the Rocket Pass Premium includes a real-world licensed car: the Honda Civic Type R, which will be available in Octane Hitbox spec.

Levelling up the Rocket Pass Tiers unlocks the track-focused Honda Civic Type R-LE, which boasts a bigger front intake, carbon fibre hood, and rear wing. The Civic Type R-LE can also be fitted with the original white and red Honda Civic Type R wheels.

An underglow effect is also added automatically when using a painted version of the Honda Civic Type R or Honda Civic Type R-LE unlocked at Tier 70 and above.

Sticking with the street racing theme, new items include a Sprattle Boost, Big Cap Topper, and Savage Spray Goal Explosion, while new cosmetics include the Dumpster Fire Player Banner, Wrapstar Decal, and Franko Fone Wheels.

Sovereign Heights Arena

Rocket League Season 8 Sovereign Heights Arena
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Season 8 also brings a new night-time urban arena: Sovereign Heights. New Tournament Rewards in Season 8 include the Sk8s Player Banner and Hibachi Topper. There will also be a new Black Market Tournament Reward: the Starliner Decal and Amplitude Goal Explosion.

A new Hoops Arena will be added later in the season, while the annual Haunted Hallows is set to return in October for Halloween.


Release date

Rocket League Season 8 kicks off on 7 September, following a game update on 6 September.

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