Rocket League’s Nike FC Cup Event begins this week
Psyonix is getting into the World Cup spirit with the Nike FC Cup limited-time event.
Starting November 17th, players can represent their country in Fan Clash: Nike FC Cup and earn rewards. Sign up for the event, choose a team, and then play Rocket League matches to earn points. Every goal, save, and assist adds points to the team’s global total, with rewards being handed out based on each team’s placement on the leaderboard.
Fan Clash: Nike FC Cup runs until November 30th and features the following rewards:
- 1st: “Nike FC Cup MVP” Player Title, Titanium White Nike FC 2022 Goal Explosion, 1 Import Drop
- 2nd – 4th: Titanium White Nike FC 2022 Goal Explosion, 1 Import Drop
- 5th – 8th: 1 Import Drop, 1 Very Rare Drop
- 9th – 12th: 2x Very Rare Drops
- 13th – 16th: 1 Very Rare Drop, 1 Rare Drop
- 17th – 30th: 2x Rare Drops
- 31st – 42nd: 1 Rare Drop
In addition to the above, from November 17th, players can purchase the Nike Next Generation Pack for 1,100 Credits, which contains the Nike Phantom GT – Copper, Nike Tiempo – Copper, and the Nike Air Zoom Mercurial – Copper decals as well as the Nike FC 2022 Goal Explosion.
Also available is the Nike CR7 Pack. For 300 Credits, players get the Nike Air Zoom Mercurial – CR7 Decal and Nike Air Zoom Mercurial – CR7 Player Banner.
Completing the first half of the event is a number of challenges that reward more than 40 decals based on various countries.
Then, on November 30th, the second half of the event begins. In the second part, players can jump into the Nike FC Showdown. This 4v4 mode features a “newly designed Ball” that “will curve and cut through the air depending on how you hit it, with a higher max speed and low bounce settings.”
Also available in the second half are the Nike Mercurial – R9 Octane Decal and Nike FC Pack.
Rocket League is available now on PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
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