Rocket League Free To Play Ps4

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Rocket League is now free-to-play on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch, which appears to be causing server issues. After months of waiting, Epic Games and Psyonix finally hit the 'launch' button on free-to-play. As a result, new players began to flood the game, and so like most games that go free-to-play after previously being premium, Rocket League has been having server issues.

Rocket League launched back in 2015, and while it's always been fairly cheap, today it's been opened to anyone on the aforementioned platforms. In fact, not only is the game free on PS4 and Nintendo Switch, but you don't need PlayStation Plus or Nintendo Switch Online to play it. Of course, the same applies to PC, but not Xbox One, where the game still requires an Xbox Live Gold subscription.

At the moment of publishing, it appears the servers are operating as normal, however, there are still cases of players reporting not being able to play the game. Meanwhile, Competitive Tournaments remain turned off.

Rocket league free to play on ps4

Update: Matchmaking is restored, and Challenges should be available to all players in the Main Menu. Competitive Tournaments are still offline, updates to follow once they are restored.

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Of course, it remains to be seen just how much this new injection of players will impact the game long term. Obviously, servers will stabilize, but it will be interesting to see how this impacts the rank system and whether or not this can breath new life into the game, which is very far from dying, but a bit stagnant.

When Rocket League goes free-to-play next week, it’ll debut on the Epic Games Store. If you claim the game there by October 23rd, you’ll get a $10 coupon you can put towards any game or add-on. Rocket League has turned free-to-play but fans have been wondering if they require PlayStation Plus to play the game. We take a look at the changes that came into Rocket League as the game became. Rocket League has officially gone free-to-play and tons of players are jumping into the game for the first time. More players means more questions, and many people have been wondering how to play split-screen local multiplayer in Rocket League after they’ve downloaded the game for free.

The Rocket League free to play date is officially scheduled for September 23rd on the PS4, Switch, PC via Epic Games Store, and Xbox One. Rocket League Goes Free-to-Play on PS4 Next Week. Written Tuesday, September 15, 2020 By Richard Walker. View author's profile: Epic Games and Psyonix have confirmed that Rocket League is due to go free-to-play from next week, in addition to offering a new update with revamped tournaments, new challenges, cross-platform progression, streamlined.

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To accompany the game going free-to-play, a substantial new update for the game was also released. You can read more about it -- including its patch notes -- by clicking right here. There's not only new content, but plenty of changes to the game as well. Unfortunately, none of these changes include the return of the 'Quick Play' button, which was inexplicably removed in a recent update.

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Rocket League is available, for free, via the PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. At the moment of publishing, there's been no word of the game coming to PS5, Xbox Series X, or mobile devices.