Psyonix, the San Diego video game developer, has announced that Rocket League is going free to play later this summer once it moves from Steam to Epic Games.
Psyonix has recently revealed more details on what to expect with Rocket League in the coming months.
If only all the people can play together regardless of what console they are playing on, what a nice world it would be. To help achieve this, the CEO of Psyonix, the developer behind Rocket League, penned a post reaffirming the developer’s pledge to work tirelessly towards full cross-platform play.
Loot crates are the thing in today’s micro-transactions, some people hate it but people still buy it, yet we never really know what’s going to pop out. In a blog post, the developers behind Rocket League, Psyonix, tries to be a little more transparent with the rarity percentages behind their “Crates and Keys” loot crate system.
Right on the heels of celebrating their third anniversary, Rocket League is one of the most celebrated online multiplayer game at the moment. However, where does the game continue to go from there? At least to Psyonix, the answer is not Rocket League 2.
Rocket League is about to celebrate its Third Year Anniversary and what better way to do it with a near-month-long celebration.
Psyonix has released its Jurassic World Car Pack for its car driving soccer game, Rocket League. The pack will come with the Jurassic Jeep Wrangler, as well as, hemmed customization items, including a Mr DNA player banner, Jurassic Park and Jurassic World decals, and a T. rex goal explosion!
Psyonix has announced on their Official Rocket League Twitter page that Rocket League for the Nintendo Switch will be getting a ‘Mini Update’ tomorrow, 5 March 2018. The update will include several bug fixes and the support for the paid DC Super Heroes DLC.
Psyonix has previously said back in October that the physical release of their hit crossplay game, Rocket League, will only come sometime later and indeed it would.