Since its arrival, Rocket League has stepped up to the plate. Having been a free title at PS Plus during its debut month helped it to become known. Since then he has been reaching out to various platforms, maintaining a loyal community. The game of Psyonix, which combines driving with a kind of soccer, became free-to-play on September 23rd and has broken records.
Rocket League has multiplied by four its usual players and has reached to congregate more than a million players simultaneously enjoying the title for free in the last hours. The community has grown substantially after matches can be played to this arcade proposal without paying a single penny.
The title is free on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. In PC too, although with a temporary exclusive for the free in Epic Games Store and with the temporary disappearance of the game from the searches in Steam. Even so, Valve’s platform has registered a historic peak of more than 120,000 players simultaneously, showing that the move to free-to-play has prompted the return of veteran players to give the game new life.
More news are coming in Rocket League, as the game’s collaborative event with Fortnite kicks off this week with new challenges and rewards.