Rocket League’s first season has ended, and developer Psyonix will start rolling out a new patch and the beginning of season two later today.
HEADS UP: We will be begin taking down servers today at roughly 5PM EST to begin the roll-out of patch v1.11 and the beginning of Season 2!
— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) February 10, 2016
The official Rocket League Twitter account alerted fans that Season One Ranked Play would end around 1 PM PST today. It let players know that Ranked Playlists would be disabled until the new patch releases. The account tweeted shortly after that the new patch and season two would start rolling out an hour later.
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