Rocket League fans have something to be happy about this year. It was confirmed via the game’s official support account on Twitter that Rocket League crossplay party support is going to be released in 2018. This is something that players have been waiting for. Crossplay party support will enable them to invite their friends to play on the same team regardless of the platform they’re using.
Rocket League was released back in 2015 and has since grown to be a global phenomenon. It has one of the largest and most frequent player bases of any game out there. Developer Psyonix confirmed earlier this month that the game has crossed 40 million players globally across all platforms since launch. This is a huge game. No question about it.
A Twitter user recently reached out to the Rocket League support account and asked if the developer is working on the crossplay party support. The reply is music to everyone’s ears. The developer confirms that its “actively working” on cross-platform party support and it’s looking to release the functionality later this year.
This is the first time that it has mentioned anything about a release window. Fans are going to love what is in store for them.
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