Almost all Rocket League pros will agree that rotation is the part of the game that differentiates amateurs from the best players in the world. 16 year old RL prodigy Archie has created a fabulous 12 episode masterclass on Rotations to help you understand the macro-game better than anybody else. Elevate your thinking to GC level and above.
In this video, Archie gives you advice on how to properly use your boost management in game to always be ready for the next play.
In this video, Archie goes in Depth over Rotations & shows you exactly how it works and what you need to be doing in each position.
Welcome to the Rotation master class by Archie. Rotation is one of the most strategic aspects of the game that doesn't rely on mechanics. However, it's one of the most important things to learn in order to accelerate your rank climbing.
In this video, Archie is playing a match to showcase how he thinks about rotation in game.
Advanced rotation concepts apply in defense as well not only when you are in the middle of the pitch. It's important that you know who goes where and how to avoid double commitments in Defense.
Learn the best lines and patterns to pick up your boost. Make sure you don't always rely on big pads to move around the field.
In this episode, Archie gives you the basics of Rotation, what it is and why it's important for you to learn about this aspect of the game.
Rocket league is a lot about where you are on the pitch and it is important that you and your team don't clash. Here are the fundamentals that will help you out with it explained by Archie.
Once you know what and why you're supposed to do when it comes to boost, now it's time to learn about the usage and how to get better & improve at it.
In this video, Archie goes over what are some of the best ways for you to practice Rotation and gives you the best strategies & tips so you can improve your gameplay to the next level.
Demos & bumps are part of rotation because most of the time when you are rotating back you can usually go for one of these plays and its why you should.