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Kaskade returns to Monstercat with new progressive single, ‘Closer’

Kaskade has released his third consecutive single on Monstercat titled “Closer,” continuing his partnership with the label and video game, Rocket League. The single follows the veteran DJ’s previously released tracks “Flip Reset,” featuring WILL K and “Solid Ground,” both having landed as special featured soundtracks on Rocket League in December 2020. Building anticipation for […]

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Kaskade shares second single ahead of ‘Rocket League Season 2’ EP, ‘Solid Ground’

Ahead of his forthcoming EP, Kaskade has shared his second single for Rocket League Season 2. The arcade-inspired “Solid Ground” follows Kaskade’s “Flip Reset” with WILL K., named after a popular Rocket League maneuver. Monstercat has yet to share the date for Kaskade’s debut EP on the label, but did share that more material from […]

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Kaskade shares second single ahead of ‘Rocket League Season 2’ EP, ‘Solid Ground’

Ahead of his forthcoming EP, Kaskade has shared his second single for Rocket League Season 2. The arcade-inspired “Solid Ground” follows Kaskade’s “Flip Reset” with WILL K., named after a popular Rocket League maneuver. Monstercat has yet to share the date for Kaskade’s debut EP on the label, but did share that more material from […]

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Kaskade makes Monstercat debut alongside WILL K with ‘Flip Switch,’ from ‘Rocket League Season 2’

Kaskade and Australian producer WILL K have released a dynamic new single “Flip Reset.” The outing, which marks Kaskade’s debut on Monstercat and the first one-off from an EP that he will release in full on the label, is made in partnership with award-winning video game Rocket League. “Flip Reset” is featured in-game, and will […]

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Some Current-Gen Games Are Getting 120 FPS Support On Xbox Series X But Not PS5

Later this year, Rocket League will get an update that allows it to run at 120 FPS on Xbox Series X and S. That same feature isn’t coming to the game on PS5, however. Developer Psyonix says that doing so would require “a full native port” unlike on Microsoft’s next-gen consoles. Read more…

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The Radar 131: Mixed by CloudNone

The identity of CloudNone is still a mystery, but until the world sees another Chris Comstock moment, the producer can continue dish out his deep melodics anonymously, doing so on the latest edition of Dancing Astronaut‘s The Radar. The masked crusader made his career breakthrough with his 2018 single, “From Here,” featured on Monstercat‘s collaborative […]

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Free-To-Play Online Games Still Aren’t Really Free On Xbox One

Yesterday, Rocket League developer Psyonix announced that when the game goes free-to-play later this year you’ll no longer need a paid subscription to play it online on PS4 or Switch. Unfortunately, that won’t be the case on Xbox One.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Please Keep Making Silly Soccer Games

Alpaca Ball: Allstars is an upcoming soccer game from Austrian developer Salt Castle Studio. It features alpaca using their long necks as clubs to score goals. I will buy it when it launches on October 15. I hope developers never stop making games that are just “soccer but silly.”Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Rocket League Is Going Free-To-Play And Leaving Steam

The car-soccer hit Rocket League is getting an update later this summer that will make it free-to-play, developer Psyonix announced today, on the game’s blog. Rocket League will also launch on the Epic Games Store when that update arrives, and will no longer be available to download from Steam.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Rocket League Is Replacing Loot Boxes With “Blueprints”

Because they suck (and also because they’re increasingly becoming illegal in some places, especially Europe), Psyonix decided in August to get rid of Rocket League’s loot boxes. They’re being replaced by something called “Blueprints”, which work….kinda like loot boxes.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Video Games Get One Step Closer To Being In The Olympics

Although the Olympics are known more physical competitive pursuits like gymnastics and swimming, the organization has been inching closer and closer to the world of esports over the last few years. Its latest toe dip into the water comes in the form of a $500,000 gaming tournament hosted with Intel, held during the…Read more… Continue […]

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Video Games Get One Step Closer To Being In The Olympics

Although the Olympics are known more physical competitive pursuits like gymnastics and swimming, the organization has been inching closer and closer to the world of esports over the last few years. Its latest toe dip into the water comes in the form of a $500,000 gaming tournament hosted with Intel, held during the…Read more… Continue […]

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Habstrakt debuts first-ever music video, with Monstercat-housed ‘The One’

Parisian bass music producer, Adam “Habstrakt” Jouneau, has returned to newfangled Toronto label housing, Monstercat, for his debut music video showing and adjoining single, “The One.” The visual is set, first, on an ostensibly normal nighttime road, but soon contorts into a scorching, Mad Max-esque terrain. The track pulses fervently as the chaos of video’s […]

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Habstrakt debuts first-ever music video, with Monstercat-housed ‘The One’

Parisian bass music producer, Adam “Habstrakt” Jouneau, has returned to newfangled Toronto label housing, Monstercat, for his debut music video showing and adjoining single, “The One.” The visual is set, first, on an ostensibly normal nighttime road, but soon contorts into a scorching, Mad Max-esque terrain. The track pulses fervently as the chaos of video’s […]

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Habstrakt debuts first-ever music video, with Monstercat-housed ‘The One’

Parisian bass music producer, Adam “Habstrakt” Jouneau, has returned to newfangled Toronto label housing, Monstercat, for his debut music video showing and adjoining single, “The One.” The visual is set, first, on an ostensibly normal nighttime road, but soon contorts into a scorching, Mad Max-esque terrain. The track pulses fervently as the chaos of video’s […]

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