Rocket League Season 11: Release Date, New Arena & Competitive Rewards

Rocket League Season 11: Release Date, New Arena & Competitive Rewards
Images via Epic Games/Psyonix

Written by 

Jack Marsh


5th Jun 2023 18:00


As Rocket League prepares the banners and party poppers for its eighth year since taking over Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, Epic Games has put together quite the party for Season 11, from a new Arena to Competitive Rewards.

With more Rocket League content coming in the future with the previously leaked racing game, players will be flocking back to get used to the mechanics again in Season 11, which has now just been revealed to host a new car and LTMs.

So, here's all you need to know about Rocket League's Season 11 in the game, including Estadio Vida, the Nissan Silvia, and more.

When is the Rocket League Season 11 release date?

The Rocket League Season 11 release date is set for Wednesday, June 7, 2023, where the current Season 10 will end and a new competitive split will begin.

Season 11 will kick off at 8AM PDT / 4PM BST, following a pre-loaded update that will be available on June 6 at 4PM PDT / 12PM, BST.

Rocket League Season 11 new car

Key art of the Rocket League Season 11 Nissan Silvia
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Drifting right into the action in Rocket League Season 11 will be the Nissan Silvia car body, which is renowned for skrrrrt skrrrrt'ing around corners. 

The Nissan Silvia will fall into the Hybrid Car hitbox category and will be unlocked immediately by purchasing the Rocket Pass Premium or working through the Pass to unlock tuned-up variants at later levels.

What is the new Rocket League Season 11 Arena?

Rocket League Season 11 Estadio Vida
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It's been quite some time since Rocket League had a brand-new arena to play on, given that the Season 10 addition of Deadeye Canyon (Oasis) was a reskin of its original design - albeit the new variant has been preferred by many players.

Now though, Rocket League Season 11 is bringing the Estadio Vida Arena, which comes with a very late-night Tokyo Drift vibe, coming down from the mountains to play along the shore as the moonlight begins to replace the sun and the neon lights of surrounding buildings bounce off the Arena walls.

Rocket League Season 11 Competitive Rewards

Screenshot showing some of the Rocket League Season 10 Ranked Rewards
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This season, the Rocket League Competitive Rewards are being amped up, as the Season 10 rewards will include two different items, which will both reflect where you managed to finish in your Ranked grind.

The Season 10 Competitive Rewards, which will be granted as Season 11 starts, includes a matching Topper and Trail which is tinted to reflect the Ranked colours.

As usual, Grand Champion and Supersonic Legend players will get titles for their respective game modes:

Game Mode Grand Champion Supersonic Legend
Rumble S10 RNG Champ S10 RNGENIUS

Those titles in Grand Champion will be glowing in red, while Supersonic Legends' will be Titanium White. 

Will Rocket League Season 11 be on Unreal Engine 5?

It's the usual question on everyone's lips when a new Rocket League season rolls around. Season 11 will not bring the highly-anticipated Unreal Engine 5 update to Rocket League, despite celebrating its eighth birthday.

More updates surrounding the Rocket Pass and the Birthday Ball LTM will be revealed at a later date, but for now, you can keep an eye out on our Rocket League news homepage right here at GGRecon.

Jack Marsh
About the author
Jack Marsh
Jack is an Esports Journalist at GGRecon. Graduating from the University of Chester, with a BA Honours degree in Journalism, Jack is an avid esports enthusiast and specialises in Rocket League, Call of Duty, VALORANT, and trending gaming news.
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