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Psyonix has announced tournaments will be coming to Rocket League this spring with a beta to begin this month.

The details were revealed on the Rocket League website which states the beta, designed to test the new UI and general functionality, will run from February 21 to 23 on Steam.

The beta will allow players to create their own tournaments as well as join in on competitions created by other users.

Players wanting to get involved in the beta will need to own a copy of Rocket League on steam. They can right click on the game from their Steam library, select properties, go to the betas tab and select “Tournaments Betas” to update the game to the required version.

Competitive playlists won’t be available in this mode so going through the same step but selecting “None” will be required to resume normal play.

Rocket League has a lot more planned updates to come including cross-platform party support to come at some point this year.

Hope Corrigan is an Australian freelance writer for IGN. You can follow her on Facebook,Twitter, and Twitch.





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