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Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars is getting a PS4 sequel

It's called Rocket League. Due spring 2015.

Psyonix's PS3 hybrid of footy and driving, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, is getting a PS4 sequel entitled Rocket League.

Due spring 2015, Rocket League is basically football (or soccer, depending on your part of the world), only played by cars zipping about the field using momentum and a host of tricky maneuvers to push the ball into their goal.

The focus seems to be on eight-player multiplayer - available both online and in local splitscreen - but Rocket League will also have a single-player campaign and plenty of customisation options.

Rocket League will debut its first playable build this weekend at the PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas.

Psyonix played a hand in developing Unreal Tournament 2014, Gears of War, Mass Effect 3, and the critically-acclaimed mobile game ARC Squadran. In addition to Rocket League, Psyonix is currently developing the Legacy of Kain spin-off Nosgoth.

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