Rocket League fans now have a brand new game mode to check out — and you may want to brush up on your basketball skills. Developer Psyonix has announced that the Hoops Mode update is now rolling out to the action-packed game on Xbox One, bringing a dose of basketball fun.
HEADS-UP: We'll start rolling out the "Hoops" update for PC, PS4, and Xbox One around 4pm PDT / 7pm EDT! Get ready for dunking!— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) April 25, 2016
The free update originally wasn't due to head out the door until April 26, but it looks like fans are in for a surprise. In any case, you should be able to start downloading the update any moment now. Once installed, you'll be able to check out a new arena called "Dunk House," along with new NBA logo flags for your car.
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