Rocket League, the Rocket League Items outside the box game that turned into a moment raving success on the PlayStation 4 and saw an ongoing discharge on the Xbox One, is getting another mode sooner rather than later that looks to totally switch up the interactivity. It's just plain obvious, Rocket League is fundamentally about playing soccer (or football, in case you're outside the US) with little RC vehicles. In any case, designer Psyonix has uncovered that to pay tribute to March Madness, players will get a b-ball mode. 

In the standard soccer mode, players can essentially push the ball around the field and guide it towards the curiously large net, without continually expecting to depend on the vehicles' lift capacity to get airborne. In any case, with b-ball, the ball should be ricocheted into a loop, expanding the requirement for reaching while at the same time flying. 

Lamentably we're left hanging tight for an official declaration on the update from Psyonix, as we don't have a clue when it will be made accessible. The genuine March Madness games kick off on March fifteenth, which is only a couple of days away, so ideally we won't have long to trust that another reason will bounce once again into Rocket League.