Rocket League Now Has 30 Million Players
Psyonix today announced on the popular social media website Twitter that Rocket League has now surpassed 30,000,000 players. The game which launched on Windows PC in July 2015 has received overwhelmingly positive recognition from the gaming community and critics alike. Launching on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in 2016, the game expanded to become the community of 30,000,000 players that it is today.
Rocket League recently had a new DLC update to coincide with the release of the movie blockbuster Fate of the Furious featuring Vin Diesel and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. DLC like this is not uncommon in Rocket League, with the Batmobile and DeLorean being playable vehicles.
Check out the official tweet below:
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To all 30 million of our players around the world, thank you! 🏎️🚀🏎️🚀🏎️🚀 pic.twitter.com/YDIKcIJKOw
— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) April 18, 2017
This does not mean the game has sold 30,000,000 copies however, as you are able to create several guest accounts from the one game to allow friends to play – a common occurrence if you’ve ever played much of the 3v3 and 4v4 modes.
Rocket League still might see a launch on Nintendo Switch with Psyonix recently discussing the possibilities. We really hope it does, as Rocket League is the kind of game that would be an absolute blast to play while you’re drudging away on public transport or stuck in the back of the car.