Soccer and racing— two great tastes that taste great together! Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars blended these two fine flavors together when it arrived in 2008, and now, after a long wait, PlayStation 4 owners can enjoy its sequel, the much easier to remember Rocket League.

According to development team Psyonix, Rocket League will take everything which worked in the original Battle-Cars and enhance it, offering things such as "Improved physics, faster gameplay, and infinitely better visuals, an all-new Season Mode with unlockable items, multiple arenas, and more, the return of two-, three- and four-player split-screen, more vehicles, new stadiums, and more than 100 customization items, dedicated gameplay servers, a broadcast-quality replay feature that enables players to create their own custom replays of entire games from any camera angle they want, and even more surprises that we’ll reveal closer to release."

The original Battle-Cars has its fans, but overall was met with more apathy than anything, garnering reviews which were mostly lukewarm. With a bigger budget and a stronger engine behind it, perhaps Rocket League will manage to blast further than its predecessor.

Rocket League arrives on PlayStation 4 in spring of 2015.