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Rocket League will go free to play this summer

The talented developers behind the addictive Rocket League has announced that the game will be free to play later this summer. The engrossing game will also feature cross-platform progression and new features plus new content. You can read the full summary of what to expect later this summer in this blog post.

“Once Rocket League goes free to play, anyone who already owns Rocket League on any platform (including Steam) will be able to play and enjoy the game with full support for future updates and features.”

“What does this mean for the Rocket League gameplay you know and love? The core gameplay will remain the same, but we are refining the main menus to make exploring the game easier. Plus, we’re revamping and improving major features like Tournaments and Challenges, and introducing cross-platform progression! Rocket League action on the field will still be the same core, high-octane hybrid of sports and action you love today, and soon, even more players will share that love.”

11 thoughts on “Rocket League will go free to play this summer”

    1. and you probably spend a lot o great time with it. I can sorta understand that some people feel like they paid for a free game, but its the same thing with buying a game day one for 70 bucks and seeing it going on discount later. If the game was worth it for you back then and you had fun, then this experience might have been worth it and not sure when you bought the game, but you probably were able to play it for years already.

  1. It sounds like for those of us who bought the game only had an opportunity to play it early with no real other benefit…

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