Rocket League are really showing how it's done, with a big update due on Tuesday next week which will bring in a fully cross-platform friends system.
You can already be matched up against players across Linux, Mac, Windows and various consoles but this is a big step further. With this update, Rocket League will have a new in-game friends list giving you the ability to add people and play with them across all supported platforms the game is available on. I really hope more games (where it makes sense) do this in future, as it's a fantastic feature.
On top of that the Dropshot, Hoops, Snow Day and Rumble modes are being added to Free Play for you to practice as much as you like.
This will also mark the end of the ninth competitive season, with rewards going out and the tenth season will start. So if you're working towards hitting a new reward level, you might want to get some more time in quick.
Sadly, the next in-game event has been cancelled and it's being replaced with a new event later this year. To make up for it, they're doing a "weekend of combined Double XP AND Double Painted drop-rates" which will run from March 7th and end March 11th.