The Rocket League has undergone many changes in the features and systems that surround it since it was released for free in 2020. From significant changes to the Rocket Pass seasons to small changes in crossplay, the Rocket League has adapted quite well to its new model. Quite a significant difference on the competitive side of the game is the inclusion of a new position called Supersonic Legend. Here’s how to get that rank.
Supersonic Legend is reserved for the best of the best in competitive Rocket League mode. As Psyonix says, it’s a “mountain” for anyone who takes this game seriously. Thanks to this change, the previous highest ranking, the Grand Champion, was divided into three different sections, such as the lower ranks. If you reach the Supersonic Legend, you will receive a unique reward at the end of the season.
So how do you get to Supersonic Legend? Simply put, you need to eat, sleep and breathe the Rocket League. Basically, all the people who take a place in this position have spent thousands and thousands of hours playing the game and are simply the best in the game. Of the millions of players who play the game, only a few thousand regularly take part. If you find yourself stuck in rows of gold or platinum, it’s probably best to give up the idea of ever approaching this mountain top.
To achieve Supersonic Legend, your MMR will need to reach the following thresholds in each mode:
- 2v2- 1876
- 1v1- 1356
You can find your MMR by opening the selection rating screen. Go to Play, Competitive and if you’ve played placement matches, you’ll see where you’re currently sitting.