Rocket League celebrates going Free to Play with some incredibly impressive numbers.
A new car, items, and revamped challenges.
Psyonix's hit Rocket League will officially make its transition to a free-to-play format across consoles and PC starting next week.
Rocket League will no longer require PS+ or Nintendo Switch Online to play multiplayer on those consoles. It looks like Xbox Live Gold is still needed.
Weekly, Seasonal, and Event Challenges are heading to Rocket League.
Developer Psyonix has released a detailed infographic showing that Rocket League has won the hearts of over 75 million players since 2015.
Rocket League is set to boost into its fifth year with a series of limited modes and items.
With its fifth anniversary right around the corner, Rocket League will be receiving a huge update later this Summer
Heatseeker, Beach Ball, Dropshot Rumble, and Boomer Ball are the featured game modes for the upcoming Rocket League Modes of May event.
Rocket League embraces speed and its inner Lethal League with a wacky new limited-time game mode called Heatseekers. Check it out.
Blueprints will finally be tradeable, new audio presets, and more.
Rocket League is losing online functionality for Linux and macOS this March. Offline play will still be available.
Everything is looking a bit Chinesey next week for Rocket League, and it looks great.
Rocket League got a new update last night which introduced Blueprints and a new item shop. However, the pricing has left many fans angry.
Rocket Pass 5 is the newest iteration of the popular battle pass for Psyonix's hit car soccer game Rocket League.
This wild Rocket League/Beat Saber crossover brings two new customization options to Rocket League and six new tracks to Beat Saber.
Rocket League is ditching the randomized loot boxes and giving players a brand new way to acquire cosmetics.
Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars, and Chaos Run are being added to the base version of Rocket League later in 2019.
The Mind Flayer is here to watch some Rocket League football.