Rocket League is now free to play to anyone who chooses to download the game. Here are some tips to help you win.
Rocket League is now free to play and with that there are going to be a lot more gamers who have not already bought that game that are going to download it for free. Playing Rocket League for the very first time takes some time to get used to. It is very rare that when you play Rocket League for the first time that you are going to avoid making mistakes. Even professional Rocket League players make mistakes. Everyone tends to make mistakes because nobody is perfect, not even professionals. However, there are certain things that you can do to make getting a win in Rocket League a little bit easier.
Whether or not that this is your first time playing Rocket League or if you are a seasoned veteran looking to fix up your game a bit, there are some things that you can do to help out your playstyle a little bit more. These tips are not designed to get you a win every single time, but instead these tips are designed to help boost your odds of winning matches.
1. Don’t ball chase
This is something that naturally every tends to do when they play Rocket League. This is going to be hard for some people at first in that everyone want to be the hero to give your team a 1-0 lead or any lead in general. What this means is that you don’t have to chase after the ball every time that it is hit. Allow your teammates a chance to go and get the ball and try to score. Assisting on a goal is almost the same as scoring a goal. It is just like an assist in hockey. If you record an assist that means that your team scored a goal even if it wasn’t you who did it. Even though you want to be a hero and score, you don’t have to score all five of your teams goals.
If you hit the ball into the offensive zone and see that your teammate is pushing up to go after the ball that you hit, stay back and play a little defense. When you ball chase, it tends to put your team at a disadvantage because your other teammates are going to be trying to make a play on the ball when they should be and you shouldn’t be, thus making your net more wide open for a shot.