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Rocket League, Psyonix reveals summer plans for the game

After the acquisition of the title by the Epic Games Store, Psyonix revealed through a roadmap the future plans regarding Rocket League, specifically those for the summer period. First, the acquisition of Epic Games will not have ...
Rocket League invested by review bombing

Rocket League, review bombing returns to hit

A new case of review bombing this time involves Rocket League. In a recent official announcement it was announced that Psyonix and their creature were acquired by Epic Games Store. The release ...

[UPDATED] Psyonix purchased from Epic Games, Rocket League will be removed from Steam

Update: From a software house declaration we learn that the game will not be removed from Steam and will still be supported on the Valve platform. Original news: Like a bolt from the blue ...

Rocket League Championship Series 6: 9 Clouds win the title!

The Rocket League Championship Series world finals ended this night at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. The tournament, which saw the best 10 teams compete in the world in ...
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The Rocket League party cross-play system has been postponed

Let's face it: everything is more fun with friends, and this is a mantra that the Rocket League developers have always repeated. Psyonix, with its title, allows PC players, Xbox One ...

The Netherlands has decided: the prize casinos of video games are gambling

We have finally come to an end, or perhaps it is better to say that it is only the beginning of everything: the Dutch commission on gambling has decided that the prize coffers of video games that allow ...
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Rocket League changes music and the choice is up to you

Rocket League was a mass phenomenon and still boasts millions of players around the world; the most winning aspect is certainly the immediacy and the combination of soccer and more engines, but also ...

Rocket League makes arrangements with Warner Bros. Interactive

Warner Bros. Interactive has replaced 505 Games as a distributor of the retail version of Rocket League and will help the developer Psyonix create this version, for Playstation 4 and Xbox One. 505 Games, which ...

Nintendo Switch - More than 15 million units sold in ...

Nintendo has recently announced that sales of Nintendo Switch Lite have helped fuel overall sales in North America. Along with the standard model, yes ...

Capcom thinks of new remakes and resurrecting old glories of ...

It's no secret that Capcom has had some lean years. However, the Japanese giant managed to recover well. Franchises ...

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