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Psyonix is Crowdsourcing Fan Favorite Default Music for Rocket League

There is a lot to love about rocket-powered football game Rocket League — something undeniable as the game still receives broad support on most platforms almost 3 years after launch. This week, Psyonix is looking to upgrade  Rocket League’s default song — plus they need gamers to provide help.

According to a recent tweet from   Rocket League‘s official Twitter account, Psyonix has picked four of their most popular songs in the soundtrack for voting. And (in the time of writing) this race is pretty close, with no greater than a 4 percent gap (roughly 1,500 people) between the top and bottom option.

Worth imagining 3 of the four choices from the listing are written by Hollywood Principle, an electronic music band by Psyonix’s sound designer Mike Ault. Another tune  Don’t Stop the Party is composed by Drunk Girl.

Rocket League is currently available on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. It is possible to check out and vote on the songs below. Meanwhile, in case you overlook’t understand any of those songs, we place a handy list of all of the monitors below the Tweet.

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