Now, the game is finally being made free for players who do not own it already.
As they celebrate, the developers at Psyonix have also released an awesome cinematic trailer for Rocket League, so be sure to give it a watch down below. There is a one month window to add the game to your wishlist and if you do so before the 23rd of October, you will get a $10 coupon on the Epic Games Store.
At the moment details are actually pretty thin on the ground, but it seems it will be taking place on the weekend after Rocket League goes free to play. Rocket League will hopefully feel fresh and improved again after the F2P update goes live. Legacy players also get a special "Legacy" quality version of every Common item in the game and access to non-licensed DLC.
For Rocket League, accepted Creators will earn 5% of Credits spent while using their Creator Code.
The server downtime issues also appear just hours after Rocket League received a huge update on all platforms. The effort is part of Epic's cross-platform progression system, which will allow players to "share progression, inventory, Rocket Pass progress, Competitive Rank, and more" regardless of where they're logged in. Epic will be holding a Llama-Rama event that involves both Rocket League and Fortnite. In this article, we take a look at everything that comes with Rocket League with this announcement. There will also be Competitive Tournaments, Game-Wide Challenges and new Packs available on the F2P launch day as well.
When is the Rocket League Free-to-Play Release Date? For example, Psyonix confirmed that the game won't have integration with Epic Game Store mods at launch. Now available for $19.99 in the Microsoft Store, Rocket League is also available for purchase on Steam.
Cross progression will be available for players who are already playing, and can change their account details to any medium, including PlayStation, Xbox and PC. TechRaptor's creator code on EGS is Techraptor if you wish to support the site.