Rocket League's Fortnite-style Rocket Pass goes live next week

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Rocket League's first Fortnite-style Rocket Pass will go live next week, on Wednesday 5th September at 6pm UK time on all of the game's platforms - PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One.

Rocket Pass 1, as the first pass is called, will last from 5th September until 26th November and include 29 free rewards. You can then pay to unlock the pass' premium tier, which holds 70 snazzy prizes. Simply play matches online to progress up the ranks.

You can take a look at all the premium tier rewards via the Rocket Pass site - the selection includes new cosmetics like car skins, wheels, explosions, and sounds, plus XP boosts and crate keys. Here's a look at them in action:

Rocket League recently joined the Xbox Games Pass, so subscribers to that will be able to play the game for no further cost. It's cross-network compatible, too, so you can play across PC, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch (sorry, PS4 fans).

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