Wordle is the popular online word puzzle game that has been adapted for use in esports on numerous occasions – but this particular Rocket League variant is unique.
It challenges users to guess the Real Madrid Championship Series mystery player in seven attempts or less. Unlike the previous one, which only showed the player’s nationality and organization, Rocket League credits for sale this one also included the player’s region and the organization they represented at a LAN event (the most recent of which was the RLCS Winter Major). A correct guess caused a specific letter to turn yellow (or green if it was also in the correct position within the word).
This means that if you’re having trouble remembering a specific word or player name, you can guess a region or team to help narrow down your options.
This week, the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) Wordle for Rocket League for the RLCS went live. It was developed in the United Kingdom by Cameron Bertie and the online community 10 Controls.
Several Rocket League professional esports players and content creators, Rocket League Items including the likes of Kronovi & CorruptedG (pictured below), Tenacity, and others, have been streaming this version of Wordle.
The announcement comes just a few weeks after a similar version of Wordle – dubbed ‘Yordle’ – for League of Legends was released.
Regarding that game, it’s important to note that this new Rocket League Championship Series version of Wordle is not an official Rocket League game, and it appears that developer Psyonix has no involvement with it.
Cameron Bertie, the RLCS Rocket League creator, went into greater detail about the creation of the RLCS Wordle game in this YouTube video.
He came up with the idea after seeing the popularity of Wordle grow and while playing Rocket League one day, and he immediately began coding to implement it.
The question now is, which esports/video game version of Wordle will be released next. Is it possible that Wordle is a hero? We’ve just discovered that such a thing already exists, so forget about it.
The Blasters defeated the Wolves to win the Lenovo Regions Rocket League tournament and represent Wales. Related Rocket League esports article: