Game News · September 8, 2021 0

Rocket League Goes Free

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Rocket League, which is a football game played with cars developed by Psyonix, was published by the developer team for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC platforms on July 7, 2015.

 Rocket League, which has won awards in many branches and has a large player base, will become completely free on the Epic Games Store with an update next week and will be removed from Steam. In Rocket League, which has single player and multiplayer modes, you can have fun with your friends by fighting fiercely.

Epic Games is planning to win the appreciation of many gamers again by taking part in a beautiful project again. Epic Games, which has succeeded in establishing a throne in the hearts of gamers by offering beautiful games for free, will this time make Rocket League free on its own platform.

With the update it will receive next week, it will be removed from Steam and will become free on the Epic Games Store. If you have purchased the game from a different platform before, you will be able to access your account with your PC account and you will continue to receive updates and innovations free of charge. Reaching a total of 75 million players, Rocket League will upgrade these players to Legacy status in order to avoid a situation where no player is dishonored. Players raised to legacy status will have the following rights.

  • All Rocket League DLC released before the game was free
  • An in-game title showing what year they started playing Rocket League
  • More than 200 Common items upgraded to Legacy quality
  • Golden Cosmos Boost
  • Faded Cosmos Boost (only for players who entered the game before today’s announcement)
  • Diece-Oro wheels
  • Huntress player banner