Rocket League is certainly one of the eSports success stories of recent years, and 2K Games is reportedly looking to take a crack at that market.
Since its launch, the game has attracted and retained millions of players who have been honing their skills on the pitch for a number of years.
According to Eurogamer, 2K is currently attempting to rival Psyonix's masterpiece with their own spin on football with vehicles.
Instead of using cars, the 2K title reportedly has motorcycles and is called Gravity Goal.
Sourcing Tom Henderson, a writer for Exputer, the game is said to be very much like Rocket League, and will also feature 1v1, 2v2 and 3v3 matches, where players use their bikes to knock a ball into the opponent's goal.
Although very similar, Henderson reports that there are some significant differences in the arenas, where focus will be on "futuristic and high-energy-based vibe", while they damaging opponents' bikes with a 'hockey-puck-like disc' will also be a feature.
Gravity Goal is said to be among 26 free-to-play games that are currently being developed by Take-Two Interactive, and is aiming for release on next-generation consoles as well as PC.
According to Henderson, the game was already in Alpha phase last year and it could be revealed within a few months.