Rocket League is a vehicular soccer video game developed and published by Psyonix. Being one of the few games having their own genre, i.e. no competitor, sure does give them the fame in the industry. The gameplay is straightforward and comes with stunning graphics and power moves. Alleviate your experience more by checking out this Rocket League Cheats curated just for you!
If you haven’t been keeping track, back in mid-2019, Epic Games acquired Rocket League developer Psyonix. Shortly afterward, the pair released a statement hinting at the game coming off of Steam and landing on the Epic Games Store. This move angered gamers and fans alike back then, which caused the developer to issue out another statement that has now been proven to be a lie. Continue reading “Psyonix’s Lie Bubbles Up As Rocket League Preps To Land On The Epic Games Store For Free”
You do know who Psyonix is, no? Psyonix is the publisher and developer over the game Rocket League. In the U.S. the game is described as a soccer game with vehicles, but other countries would label it as a fantastical vehicular version of football. Well, the title available for PC and home consoles seemingly has dropped regional pricing in some countries on Steam. Continue reading “Psyonix Reportedly Removes Regional Pricing From Rocket League In Certain Countries On Steam”
If you recall, a recent report was published regarding Epic Games acquiring Psyonix, which means Rocket League will be under said company. Reports believed that Rocket League would stay on Steam for a period of time and then move to the Epic Games Store, but Psyonix claims otherwise. In this piece, words from Epic Games CEO, Tim Sweeney, and Psyonix will be looked over to see if any contradictions were made or if the former and latter names are in the clear. Continue reading “Editorial: Examining The Rocket League And Epic Games Store Situation”
[Update:] Following the publication of this article, Epic Games issued a statement that GamesIndustry.biz picked up, where Epic clarified that Rocket League won’t be removed from Steam.
“We are continuing to sell Rocket League on Steam, and have not announced plans to stop selling the game there. Rocket League remains available for new purchasers on Steam, and long-term plans will be announced in the future.”
[Original article:] Get ready for a steamy crock of waste to spill over in the forthcoming weeks given that Epic Games has acquired Rocket League developer Psyonix. The reason behind the controversy in the making is that the Steam version of the popular vehicular sports game will cease and become an Epic exclusive according to reports. Continue reading “Epic Games Acquires Psyonix, Rocket League Will Later Be Removed From Steam [Updated]”
Psyonix’s Rocket League no longer has loot-boxes that require keys in Belgium and the Netherlands. This means folks in those countries can’t open them like before. Rocket League joins FIFA Ultimate Team, Overwatch, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive that will no longer flaunt loot-boxes in Belgium and the Netherlands since it’s considered illegal gambling. Continue reading “Rocket League’s Loot-Boxes Are No Longer Purchasable In Belgium And The Netherlands”
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During a GDC talk, Psyonix revealed what the estimated production costs were for Rocket League, revealing that the game cost about $1 million in production and another $666,000 in platform royalties and technical fees, and that they only needed to sell 56,725 copies for the game to be profitable. Continue reading “Rocket League Had A Budget Of $1 Million, Only Had To Sell 56k Copies For Profit”
Psyonix sent out word that Rocket League has been updated with brand new DLC and additional support for Steam Workshop mods. Continue reading “Rocket League Patch 1.25 Adds Free Map, Steam Workshop Support”
Psyonix announced over on their official website that Rocket League will receive Steam Workshop support for custom made user mods starting in December. Continue reading “Rocket League Steam Workshop Mod Support Arrives In December”
A new mode for Rocket League called Rumble will add a number of different items to the game, including a crazy tornado, a boot and even a ripcord, which is very similar to the ripcord used in Rocket Science Games’ Rocket Jockey from back in the late 1990s. Continue reading “Rocket League Rumble Mode Will Add Smash Bros-Style Mutators”
Psyonix has been attempting to bridge the gap in the console wars by allowing users from different platforms to battle each other in their competitive, action-sports game, Rocket League. Today, that dream has become a partial reality with Xbox One users now able to compete against PC users in Rocket League. Continue reading “Rocket League Cross-Play Goes Live Between Xbox One And PC Users”
Psyonix has recently updated Rocket League on PC and PS4, with the most significant update being an automatic ban for people caught modifying files to bypass matchmaking restrictions. Continue reading “Rocket League Auto-Ban Implemented To Curb Matchmaking Cheaters”
Psyonix has been rolling in popularity recently with the official release of Rocket League on PC and PS4. Millions of gamers have already begun enjoying themselves in the competitive, action-sports title. For completionists this probably means trophy hunting and attempting to platinum the game. Continue reading “Rocket League Full Trophy Guide”