After 5 age since its release on Steam, Rocket League will leave the platform Valve and it will become Free-to-Play. The announcement came directly from the developer Psyonix through their post on the official blog.
📣📣📣 Announcement time: Rocket League is going free to play later this summer. Check out the details in our latest blog, and get ready for lots of news throughout the next few weeks!https://t.co/h1hqtWY9kp pic.twitter.com/HQsc7f7kVL
- Rocket League (@RocketLeague) July 21th, 2020
In the next few months, the slow but inexorable transition towards theEpic Games Store. Once the Free-to-Play update goes online, Rocket League will no longer be available in the main Steam store.
However, Psyonix has already confirmed that whoever owns the game will receive all future updates and will not have to change launcher. In addition, the developer will reward the veterans with gods Legacy Bonus. Finally, once updated, players will be able to take advantage of the progression crossplatform, therefore going to use a single profile on all platforms (whether PC or Console).