Psyonix have announced the next batch of content coming to Rocket League in the Spring of 2018. They will be testing a new update schedule that alternates Content Updates – which include things like new Competitive Seasons (and rewards), Maps, Events, and DLC – with Feature Updates that focus on new functionality like Tournaments or Cross-Platform Parties. The alternating schedule lets Psyonix update on a more frequent and regular cycle, guaranteeing players won’t have to wait too long between Competitive Seasons.
The February Content Update sees the end of Season 6 and the start of season 7, along with a new crate, new fan rewards and the testing of the Tournament mode on Steam.
March will see new Premium DLC and and an unknown Spring Event.
Moving on after that is where the real fun starts with the future updates including;
Tournaments – Play against other players in bracketed, single elimination tournaments
Quality of Life Updates – Item Stacking, Better Item Filtering, Searching, and Sorting, Equip to Blue/Orange Team for Painted Car Bodies
New and Expanded Options – Packet Send/Receive Rate and Bandwidth Limits, “Team Quick Chat Only”, Disable “One Minute Remaining”, etc. messages
Connection Quality Info – See notifications for Packet Loss, Latency Variance, and Server Performance in-game which will help differentiate between “server issues” and connection problems.
All the info can be found on the Rocket League blog here.