Rocket League update 1.34 is coming on Wednesday, May 10 with new features and improvements to the game. The new update will bring back redesigned Neo Tokyo arena. The update will also include nitrous-powered crate drops, Mantis Battle-Car and more. Check out more details below.
NEO TOKYO AND TOKYO UNDERPASS
A redesigned Neo Tokyo is back as a standard Arena. The scenery untouched to maintain that futuristic metropolis look, while removing the parallel ramps on either side of the goals. ‘Neo Tokyo’ will be returning to all Playlists, including Competitive, and will be available in Private matches as well.
In addition, the game will keep the original Arena in Rocket League, but with a new name: ‘Tokyo Underpass.’ This new name/old look Arena will be available in offline and Private matches only for now. ‘Tokyo Underpass’ is also replacing the original ‘Underpass’ map, which will be removed from the Rocket Labs rotation starting with this update.
A NEW BATTLE-CAR ENTERS THE ARENA!
Available only as a limited drop inside new Crate, Mantis is a car is back. Mantis is fully customizable and has an all-new look, but it uses the same low, flat hitbox, and turn radius as the Batmobile.
The game will also include six new Decals with Mantis: Arrowhead, Battleworn, Kaze, Maxx, Roasted, and Uproar.
NITROUS-POWERED CRATE DROPS
The new Nitro Crate includes the Mantis Battle-Car mentioned above, along with limited drop Wheels, Decals, Rocket Trails, and Black Market customizations. See below for a sneak peek at some of the included items!
COMING SOON: ZAG TOYS AND IN-GAME ITEMS
This week’s Rocket League update 1.34 also includes the framework for in-game items tied to our Zag Toys Mini Pull-Back Racers! Once the blind-bag toys start hitting store shelves in June, Rare and Very Rare Pull-Back Racers will include unique codes redeemable for a set of in-game items.
We’ll update Rocket League update 1.34 changelog as soon as it gets official.