Psyonix Team has announced that later this summer, Rocket League will become free to play across all platforms, and will launch on the Epic Games Store around the same time. Since Epic Games became Psyonix's parent company in 2019, its days on Were essentially numbered, and it will no longer be available to download. The Windows version of Rocket League and all of its updates will still be accessible to play for those who have already own the Steam copy.
Rocket League's free to play transition will introduce cross-platform progression and improving Tournament and Challenges features. For those who were playing prior to the launch of free to play, players will be treated to the Legacy status, which features:
- All Rocket League branded DLC released prior to free to play
- "EST. 20XX" title that displays the first year you played Rocket League
- 200+ Common items upgrade to "Legacy" quality
- Golden Cosmos boost
- Dieci-Oro Wheels
- Huntress player banner
The inventory current players have unlocked over the years will still be available once free to play kicks off.
Rocket League is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and coming soon to the Epic Store.