Rocket League Making the Jump to Retail with Physical Edition; Sales Climb Over $70 Million
Psyonix’s Rocket League drew great praise and a large fanbase as one of the biggest indie hits of last year, and for those that haven’t jumped in to the rocket-powered soccer game just yet, the previously digital-only title will be jumping in to a physical release at some point in the near future.
Speaking to Kinda Funny Games‘ Greg Miller and Colin Moriarty during a livestream, Psyonix VP Jeremy Dunham confirmed that Rocket League will be arriving in a physical edition following its digital release last year on PS4 and PC, and its recent arrival on Xbox One earlier this month.
Dunham didn’t confirm at this time any news of a release window or price for the physical edition, and it’s unknown if the physical edition will include any of the DLC released for the game since its debut.
While details are slim on the physical release, Dunham did also share with Kinda Funny that the title has since climbed to over $70 million in revenue since its release, with Rocket League topping over 4 million copies sold across all platforms it has currently released on (excluding copies obtained through PlayStation Plus in July of last year).
Rocket League is available now for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.