Since it's debut last July, Rocket League has risen to be one of the most popular multiplayer games out there. We're just happy that you can play against some co-op bots with buddies. A new sci-fi themed arena, "Starbase ARC," gets added to the title, but perhaps best of all, PC players will be able to share their own custom maps with folks via Steam Workshop.
Along with the map and Steam Workshop Support, the game is also getting an interesting new feature with "Custom Training" mode. This mode will let players design their own training module by picking the map, the type of sequence, i.e., striker or goalie, and its difficulty. You'll then be placed into the map with the ability to place the car, the ball, and control the path the ball will take. Once you've got all that figured out and tested, you can upload it for others to enjoy. It's an interesting way to create some very specific shot training exercises and up your game.
More details about the Steam Workshop Support and Custom Training mode can be found in the appropriate links. All of this (with the exception of the workshop support which is PC/Steam only) will be added to all versions of Rocket League tomorrow, Wednesday, December 7 for free. The new "Vulcan" car will be available to purchase for $1.99.