Rocket League has been met with incredible fan feedback since launch, and the lovable soccer video game is looking to be even better come 2018! The developers behind the beloved rocket-powered title are looking at revamping their tunes and they are wanting the help of their players to do just that.
Psyonix Studios took to Twitter to poll their top four picks when they update their default menu music. There are three days left to cast your vote, with the poll ending on Wednesday the 17th!
We're changing the default menu music in our next update, and YOU get to help us choose the song! Make your selection in the poll below by Wednesday 1/17 at 12pm PST. Good luck!— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) January 11, 2018
If you need a little help deciding, they followed up their poll with a different tweet with links to all four tracks so you can give them a listen on Spotify:
Want to listen to all four tracks before you vote? @Spotify has you covered!
Don't Stop The Party:https://t.co/CuQM6jXCQl
Solar Eclipses:https://t.co/Lh9jirNPDV— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) January 11, 2018
At the time this article was written, Breathing Underwater was tied with Solar Eclipses at 27%, with Don't Stop the Party and Firework tied at 23%. It's definitely a close race, with just under 37,000 votes to the tally thus far. It's a neat way to get the community involved in the more fun aspects of game updates. As for what else 2018 may bring, we can't wait to see what else Rocket League has in store.
Rocket League is now available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and the Nintendo Switch. For more about the game:
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