Rocket League to Receive Cross-Platform Party Support

Rocket League to Receive Cross-Platform Party Support

PC and console coming together in harmony.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Jan 22, 2018 @ 07:15 PM (Staff Bios)
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Rocket League has won millions of hearts with their simple but exhilarating gameplay. Now they are working towards bringing everyone together with cross-platform party support.

When someone Tweeted at the Rocket League Help Twitter asking about cross-platform party support, the account responded with a confirmation:

"Hey there! Weere actively working on cross-platform party support for a 2018 release. :)"


When asked by others for additional details, the account goes on to explain that there will not be cross-platform item trading, but it's unable to provide any details other than that.

Developer Psyonix already created cross-platform support, by letting console players play alongside PC players via a system fans know as Psy-Net. Though currently, this does not include the ability to create parties with players between platforms.

Expect more details about this feature at a later date, quite possibly alongside even more surprise features.

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