Slowly moving towards a fully connected future.
At long last, cross platform parties will be coming to Rocket League. Psyonix’s physics driven car soccer game has long been a champion of cross platform play, but functionality has been understandably limited. You can matchmake with random people on other systems, and… yeah, that’s about it.
That changes this Summer, because Psyonix has confirmed that cross platform parties will be a thing in Rocket League at last (meaning the game once again leads the way in pioneering cross platform features). This will require you to register with a Psyonix specific username you use for Rocket League, and use your friend’s to look for them, but still- at least it is happening!
There are more updates still for the game, that you can see for yourself in the roadmap they published for yourself below. Rocket League is available on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC; the PC, Xbox One, and Switch versions have cross platform play with one another. PS4 players can only play with PC.
We also have another huge Feature Update planned for late Summer. Some of the highlights include:
Cross-Platform Friends & Parties
Our “Rocket Pass” system consists of multiple Tiers of earnable content. You increase your Tier by leveling up normally and you’ll unlock new, unique content as you go. Each “Rocket Pass” will last for a few months before it’s retired and a new Pass will take its place with new content to unlock.
The “Rocket Pass” has both Free and Premium tracks so everybody has something to work for. The Free track contains new cosmetic items as well as Decryptors and exclusive in-game Titles, while the Premium track will have a flat cost to unlock. You will be able to preview Premium track content before you buy the unlock to access it.