A Player Made Rocket League In No Man’s Sky’s Creative Mode

A Player Made Rocket League In No Man’s Sky’s Creative Mode
Screenshot: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZjZhf0MFus">BoidGaming</a>
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Do you like Rocket League, but wish it were in space? A No Man’s Sky player has you covered.

The prolific No Man’s Sky builder BoidGaming, who previously created a combination lock and a giant statue of Borderlands’ Claptrap, made a rudimentary but fully functional version of Rocket League in No Man’s Sky’s creative mode. While it’s not as fast-paced as the real thing, it’s still wild to know you can straight up put a whole other game in your game.

BoidGaming pulled this off with an object available in creative mode that spawns a ball, as well as some pressure plates. Using the exocraft, which are vehicles available in all modes of the game, you can push the ball into a goal, which then turns on a light with the pressure plates.

BoidGaming noted that it’s just the bare bones and that he’d love to see someone recreate this with a scoreboard. I would also love to see that, so get on it, interlopers.

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