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Pillars is an arena released on June 20, 2016.[1] Found in the Rocket Labs playlist, it has two large pillar-like structures that emerge from ground to ceiling, separating it into three lanes. The arena is also more circular overall than what is normal.

Due to the Rocket Labs playlist being retired in Patch v1.25 on December 7, 2016, this arena was moved into the online casual playlist, then it was reevaluated again and added into the Rumble playlist in Patch v1.26 on December 12, 2016. As of today, it still appears in the Rumble game mode, and it can be played in Local or Private Matches.

Official Synopsis

Quote_icon  Available in the Rocket Labs playlist for both Online and offline Exhibition play, the visual aesthetic for 'Pillars' will continue its tipped hat towards virtual-reality – only this time, with a gameplay emphasis on using multiple walls to your advantage. As you can tell from the screenshots, the 'Pillars' title will be quite literal since two huge uprights loom over the middle of the arena. These pillars separate the arena into three lanes, with the goals on each side lining up the center lane. Banking shots off the tall columns in the middle of the arena makes for some incredible moments and driving up the walls and flying down on the competition feels just right.[2]  Quote_icon

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References

  1. Patch Notes v1.19 / Title Update 7 on Rocket League - Official Site
  2. New Rocket Labs Arena – Pillars on Rocket League - Official Site
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