Taking to Twitter, the team gave a release window of this year – unfortunately, this means that we won’t really know when exactly the feature will arrive, but it’s good to know that it’s in the pipeline.
Rocket League is the first game to offer crossplay between nearly all platforms (besides PS4, of which Sony has only allowed PS4 players to cross-play with PC). Recently the title has blasted past 40 million players, from here, there is no doubt that the game will continue to grow, perhaps the next generation of consoles will see crossplay integration between previous and current gen players? Who knows.
Thinking about grabbing the game for your Switch console? We recently did a first impressions of the game on Nintendo’s platform, read about it, here.
‘Rocket League captured the hearts of gamers when it made its debut on PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows in Summer of 2015. Whether it was the gripping intense gameplay to its lengthy, but worthy progression system, the game always felt like it had an incentive to play. Rocket League received positive feedback from the community for being something brand new and creative.’
Rocket League is out now on all platforms.
- Rocket League Surpasses 40 Million Players Worldwide
- Rocket League Now Has Full Cross-Platform Play for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch
- Psyonix CEO Determined to Add Cross-Platform Play to Rocket League; ‘We Built Rocket League to be a Cross-Platform Game’
- Sony finally okays Rocket League for full cross-play
- Psyonix Adds Fortnite Inspired Battle Pass, Rocket Pass to Rocket League; Will Have Free and Premium Tiers