I would probably have to see how you play to offer any specific advice. Are you trying to do any aerials yet? Do you know how to defensively rotate? Positioning is probably the most important thing to learn at first, knowing when to go after a ball and when to let your teammate go after it (or when to let the opponent hit it).
The thing about Rocket League is it might be the game with the highest skill ceiling I’ve ever played. I’ve never played a game for 700 hours and felt so bad (compared to the top players). I feel like every game there’s a lot of stuff I should be doing but still can’t yet.
I dunno, I love Rocket League enough that you might be able to convince me to buy it on Xbox One for, like, the 5th overall time, lol. But I play a lot, so it might not be too fun for you guys if you’re still starting out, I dunno. We could play on teams in online matches and I could help you guys learn the ropes, though.
It looks fun! It’s way more aerial based than the hockey update, which was very ground and wall based, and defense looks really hard because every save has to be an aerial. I imagine it will be high scoring and people who don’t like to go into the air a lot will not have too much fun. But I’m looking forward to it.