Rocket League is moving to the Epic Games’ Store and will become free to play on all platforms
Rocket League developer Psyonix has revealed that it’s vehicle based football game will be moving to the Epic Games Store and becoming free-to-play on all systems.
As of now, you can buy the game on Steam. The game has loads of worldwide players with servers all around the globe. This makes for hours and hours of fun gameplay. Now, that you can get the game for free this Summer, there’s no reason to miss out.
Rocket League set to go free to play with new cosmetics exclusive to the Epic Store
The game is currently available on Steam for PC players, however, it will now be moving over to the Epic Games Store, the developer announced in a blog post to fans via Rocket League‘s official site.
The shift is set to take place later this summer and will be free-to play for all players going forward. Once available on the Epic Games Store, Steam players will be unable to download the game from the launcher.
No specific date of when the transition will happen has been specified as of yet.
Anyone who has purchased the game previously will be rewarded with Legacy status, meaning they will receive all Rocket League branded DLC previously released for free, a title that displays the year the game was purchased, over 200 items will be upgraded to Legacy status and new cosmetic items will be available.
Players won’t have to worry about their inventory systems either as the developer has stated they will be incorporating cross-play progression. Items, Rocket Pass progress, and player’s competitive rank can be transferred to every platform with an Epic Games account.
Rocket League is one of the biggest casual as well as competitive games on the market right now. Now that the game is going free to play, there’s no reason to miss out on all the cool stuff it has to offer.