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Thanks to a spectacularly low barrier for entry and a deceptively high threshold for mastery, Rocket League bears more mainstream potential than almost every other big name esport around to day. That doesn't make it better than other games, but it does make it one to keep an eye on as more teams like Team EnVyUs — or the Chiefs Esports Club here in Australia — acquire team rosters and move into the space.

The aerial is one of the last barriers to break to make it to high-level Rocket League play, but don't try to attempt it too early in your career. Part of nailing an aerial is anticipating where the ball is going to be after it ricochets off a wall or ceiling. You need that initial knowledge as the groundwork to  Keys Rocket League eventually build this skill. Once you've mastered it, you'll almost exclusively use boost for aerials.

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By xingwang
Added Aug 9 '18


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