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Rocket League Season 2 ends today: Confirmed update time and last-chance challenges

You've got a little while longer to earn the Rocket League Season 2 rewards.

Rocket League Season 2 has a new end date.

Rocket League Season 2 ends today, so it’s your last chance to play the current version of the game and try your best to claim all the rewards on offer.

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Of course, there have actually been 16 seasons of Rocket League, but this is the second major season since the game became free to play. That removal of the paywall opened the game up to loads of new players, who are now growing accustomed to the cadence of its regular updates and content drops.

Interestingly, Rocket League Season 2 has already hung around for longer than it was originally meant to – the original end date was pegged for 31st March, but the developers from Psyonix decided to give players a little bit longer to finish up their Season 2 challenges.

Now, though, it really is the end. Keep on reading to discover all the essential information about Rocket League Season 2’s ending.

Rocket League Season 2 extended: When is the new end date?

As Psyonix explained in its blog, “Season 2 is approaching the end of its setlist, but get ready for an encore. The season has been extended to April 7. That means you have some extra time to unlock your outstanding Season Challenges and hit your dream Rank to earn your Season 2 Competitive Rewards!”

Did you spot the key piece of information there? Yep, it’s been confirmed that Rocket League Season 2 will now end on 7th April 2021, a full week later than we originally thought.

What time does Rocket League Season 2 end?

The developers confirmed in a recent tweet that the next big update to Rocket League will take place on 6th April at 4 pm PDT. For fans here in the UK, that’s midnight tonight, leading into the morning of 7th April 2021. You can expect that to be the exact date/time at which Rocket League Season 2 concludes, so there isn’t long left to earn the current set of rewards!

Rocket League Season 2 rewards

Psyonix also used its blog to delve into detail on the Rocket League Season 2 rewards, saying, “the Rewards for Season 2 are new Boosts! Players will earn their Rewards at the beginning of Season 3. If you’re unfamiliar with how Competitive Season Rewards are earned, you must complete your placement matches to receive a Rank, and then fulfill the appropriate Season Reward Level (10 wins for each Rank beginning with Bronze).

“Just like in Season 1, Season 2 will feature a different Reward for each Rank, including Supersonic Legend. Titles will also be distributed for those who won Competitive Tournaments, or earned Grand Champion and Supersonic Legend Rank in standard or Extra modes.”

New Boosts are coming with the Rocket League Season 2 rewards.
New Boosts are coming with the Rocket League Season 2 rewards.
Psyonix

Rocket League Season 2 Boosts

Psyonix went onto share a full breakdown of the Rocket League Season 2 rewards, summing up the boosts on offer like so:

  • Bronze I or higher – Season 2 – Bronze Boost
  • Silver I or higher – Season 2 – Silver Boost + lower Boost
  • Gold I or higher – Season 2 – Gold Boost + lower Boosts
  • Platinum I or higher – Season 2 – Platinum Boost + lower Boosts
  • Diamond I or higher – Season 2 – Diamond Boost + lower Boosts
  • Champion I or higher – Season 2 – Champion Boost + lower Boosts
  • Grand Champion I – Season 2 – Grand Champion Boost + lower Boosts
  • Supersonic Legend – Season 2 – Supersonic Legend Boost + lower Boosts

Rocket League Season 2 Grand Champion Title Rewards

The following list of Grand Champion Title Rewards was also shared online by Psyonix, during this big update on Rocket League Season 2:

  • Competitive Grand Champion: “S2 GRAND CHAMPION” in Crimson text
  • Rumble Grand Champion: “S2 RNG CHAMP” in Crimson text
  • Hoops Grand Champion: “S2 DUNK MASTER” in Crimson text
  • Snow Day Grand Champion: “S2 BLIZZARD WIZARD” in Crimson text
  • Dropshot Grand Champion: “S2 FLOOR DESTROYER” in Crimson text

Rocket League Season 2 Supersonic  Legend Title Rewards

And if it’s Supersonic Legend Title Rewards that you’re interested in, Psyonix offered this list:

  • Competitive Supersonic Legend: “S2 SUPERSONIC LEGEND” in Titanium White text
  • Rumble Supersonic Legend: “S2 RNGENIUS” in Titanium White text
  • Hoops Supersonic Legend: “S2 LEGENDARY BALLER” in Titanium White text
  • Snow Day Supersonic Legend: “S2 ICE TITAN” in Titanium White text
  • Dropshot Supersonic Legend: “S2 TILE ANNIHILATOR” in Titanium White text
Rocket League Season 2 is nearly over.
Rocket League Season 2 is nearly over.
Psyonix

What’s happening to Rocket League Season 2 tournament credits?

If you’re wondering what will happen to your Rocket League Season 2 Tournament Credits, Psyonix has anticipated your question. The company said, “Once Season 2 ends, your Tournament Credit balance will reset, which is similar to the end of Season 1. Existing Tournament Credits will convert to All-Star Cups. Players who have participated in a Competitive Tournament and have between 0-12,000 Tournament Credits will receive one All-Star Cup. Players who have more than 12,000 Tournament Credits will receive additional All-Star Cups depending how many Tournament Credits they have. See below for the breakdown.”

  • 0-12,000 Tournament Credits — receive 1 All-Star Cup
  • 12,001-24,000 Tournament Credits — receive 2 All-Star Cups
  • 24,001-36,000 Tournament Credits — receive 3 All-Star Cups
  • Etc.

When does Rocket League season 3 start?

Arriving on the scene just as Season 2 finishes, Rocket League Season 3 is due to begin on 7th April 2021. It will start at 8 am PDT, which is 4 pm BST here in the UK. So you won’t have long to wait between seasons, which is always a good thing!

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