Rock’n’roll will never die, right? Well, we’re pretty sure Rocket League won’t either. Indeed, since 2015 Psyonix multiplayer game has been going on strong with its quite intoxicating concoction of football and cars with rockets strapped to their backs. As all vehicles clearly should. There’s a huge variety of game modes as well, with some limited time ones too. So, perhaps you liked playing Boomer Ball and are now looking for Rocket League boomer mode settings to replicate that experience?
Indeed, despite Boomer Ball seemingly being one of the favorite modes of many players, it has one quite depressing downside: it is limited time only. Once it’s gone, it’s gone for good. But you don’t have to hurry to play it right now, since, by following our handy guide and applying some specific settings, you will be able to create a custom game with rules that will bring back that very same Boomer Ball experience.
Read on below to find out all the Rocket League boomer mode settings so you can get to scoring, hollering and screaming in rage and joy in the microphone in true Rocket League style.
Rocket League Boomer Ball Settings
While the actual boomer mode might not be accessible forever, here are the settings which work best in order to replicate the Rocket League boomer mode:
- Ball Speed: Super Fast
- Ball Physics: Super Light
- Ball Bounce: Super High
- Boost Amount: Unlimited
- Boost Strength: 1.5x
- Preset Settings: Custom
- Match Length: Your preference
- Maximum Score: Your preference
- Overtime: Your preference
- Game Speed: Default
- Series Length: Your preference
- Ball Type: Default
- Gravity: Default
- Rumble: None
- Respawn Time: Your preference
- Demolish: Default
Armed with this precious knowledge, you are now able to replicate Rocket League‘s incredibly popular boomer mode. So, nothing left to do except to strap those rockets to your car, call your friends, descend in the arena and humiliate them with your superior dexterity. Maybe.
Still haven’t had enough of zooming your car around? Then you might want to check out why we think Rocket League is still dope as hell.