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The Outlaw car will make its debuts in Rocket League Season 4

  • Psyonix has released a cinematic trailer for Rocket League Season 4, which teases the all-new Deadeye Canyon arena that will be introduced in the upcoming season. Additionally, Rocket Pass Premium members should keep an eye out for Outlaw, the latest car that comes with more than 70 tiers of loot, including the Amikoo Decal, Lava Boost, No-Name Topper, and Tanker Wheels, among others. 

     

    The Outlaw car and the Deadeye Canyon arena will both make their debuts in Rocket League Season 4, which will be released on August 11th, the same day as the game. Player access to much more than a new cheap rocket league item and play space will be available in Rocket League's fourth season of content, which will be released in the coming months. Most notably, the supersonic sports title is also planning to introduce 2v2 tournaments, which will be a significant departure from the 3v3 tournaments that have dominated the game since its launch.

    In the many years since its debut in 2025, Rocket League has undergone a number of other significant changes. Marketing agreements with other brands help to keep things interesting from time to time. For example, users can race around the arena in iconic vehicles from popular culture franchises. Additionally, Epic Games, the mega-publisher and creator of the hit game Fornite, acquired Rocket League developer Psyonix in early 2019, ushering in a new era for the studio, which had previously operated as an independent. Another paradigm shift occurred in September 2020, when Rocket League switched to a free-to-play model and implemented a soft reset, which reset the seasonal count back to one. On the horizon is the start of the fourth season of the game's post-free-to-play run.

    Season 4 will also bring a slew of new features to the table. In addition to the aforementioned introduction of 2v2 Tournaments, players can look forward to a streamer-safe music feature as well as the ability to vote on forfeiting Casual Matches as part of a team. To put it simply, Rocket League fans will be in for a real treat when Season 4 launches on August 11 at 8:00 a. m. Pacific Time.

    Rocket League, the sequel to Psyonix's Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, was released on PC and PlayStation 4 in Summer 2015. It quickly became popular around the world, and it later made its way onto the Rocket League Blueprints Nintendo and Xbox platforms.

     

    As a result of these updates, the new Rocket League season should get off to a strong start, continuing the momentum Psyonix has built throughout the Summer Road Trip content. The Summer Road Trip event began on July 1 and brought back vehicles that had previously been retired, such as the Jurassic World Jeep and the DeLorean from Back to the Future. It was even possible for 007 to get in on the action, with James Bond's iconic 1963 Aston Martin DB5 taking a spin in the arena.