Rocket League Game is Now Free To Play In This Summer
Rocket League is an automotive soccer video game developed and published by Pysonix. The game was first released in July 2015 for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 4, followed by the release of Xbox One and Nintendo Switch ports. In June 2016, 505 Games began distributing physical retail versions for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Moreover, with Warner Bruce Interactive Entertainment taking over by the end of 2017.
Remember when Epic Games got Pysonix with plans to steam the Rocket League and it didn’t seem to be anywhere. Things are finally moving forward when the Rocket League will be able to play for free on the Epic Games Store for PC this summer. Enable cross-platform support, which extends to users of the Steam and Epic Games Store.
When it is free, the game will be removed from the download on Steam. Existing owners will still receive all updates and features and maintain their inventory. They will also inherit the status of being free to play all DLC, the “East-20X” title. Which marks a year since it first started playing, and more than 200 common items have been “legacy”. Upgraded to the standard of Hunter’s Player Banner, Golden Cosmos Boost, and Dieci-Oro Wheels are also included with this status.
In addition, everyone who has played the game before today will receive the Feed Cosmos Boost for free. Progress, including rocket pass progress and the transfer of competitive rankings to other platforms, can be made from an Epic Games account. Stay tuned for more details, including how the free game model will affect Rocket League’s future success.