Developer Psyonix has announced something that some fans of their sport racing game are sure to hate. has announced that the upcoming March patch for the game’s Linux and Mac versions will be the final update for the platform. After that patch, support for the two platforms will cease when it comes to Rocket League.
So a new plan has been announced for Rocket League when it comes to monetization, and it’s kind of interesting. On the official Rocket League blog Psyonix and Epic Games announced the new plans, and revealed a few more details. This idea has actually been in the works for a few months, having been teased
So Rocket League has had an interesting few months. The company was bought by Epic Games, and made a pretty expected jump to the Epic Games Store. The studio has been steadily working on new content for their flagship title, and now we get to see the fruits of that labor. And things are about
Update: Despite previous reports from various outlets, it appears that some facts were skewed in this story and the initial wave of reporting. Psyonix has now provided a statement to US Gamer, clarifying a key detail. The important bit is this: “Rocket League remains available for new purchasers on Steam, and long-term plans will be
Developer of the excellent racing-sports hybrid title, Rocket League, have revealed the next season of additional content and challenges for the game. This is the third batch of this content that’s been released, so it’s fittingly called Rocket Pass 3. Since Rocket League debuted in 2015, it has been pushing out new content and features
Psyonix has announced some new details about the upcoming December monthly update to their popular competitive title, Rocket League. The big draw this time around is on new updates for game modes and other social elements within the game. The leaderboards for various game modes are being updated to include the Ranked Extra Modes added
Psynoix announced a massive delay to the RocketID system in their competitive racing sports title Rocket League. The delay was announced this past week via the official website for the game. The update was originally planned to bring cross-platform play to the game before the end of 2018, that is no longer the plan. To