Rocket League releases July 7, 2015 and since then it has become an internet sensation. The online multiplayer of the game is so addicting and thrilling that the game still has continuous support from fans and developers. Just recently, Rocket League has got the cross-platform support and the game has entered in beta program.
PlayStation 4 players of Rocket League can now randomly matchmake with players on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC Steam platform owners of the game. Rocket League now know no bounds, regardless of you or your friends’ platform, you two can now play together in thrilling and exciting multiplayer of Rocket League.
The Cross-Platform is now set as a default option. However, just in case if you are not sure if the feature is enabled or not, just navigate to Main Menu, go to Options and makes sure Cross-Platfrom box is checked under the Gameplay tab.
Developers are working effortlessly to introduce more features to Rocket League cross-platform support. They have mentioned that they will roll out the first update which will support cross-platform parties. Players will be able to join their friends on other platforms with a push of certain buttons.
Rocket League was rumored to get Cross-Platform support since a long time. Just right after Fortnite got cross-platform support and to a certain extent it has remained stable, it was high time for another multiplayer sensation video game to enter in cross-platform support feature.
The game is a vehicular soccer game which is sequel to Psyonix’s Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-powered Battle-Cars game that released back in 2008 for PlayStation 3. The game has also entered into Esport with professional players participating in it for a grand prize.
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