Well, now we have something different to talk about when it comes to Rocket League.
Psyonix is now able to boast a new Rocket League accomplishment now that the game has crossed the threshold of 40 million lifetime players.
Last July Rocket League had hit 33 million players so in just the span of 6 months it managed to grow by another 7 million players across multiple platforms.
Just how big is this player base though, you ask?
Psyonix has promised to fix general server issues and improve performance on the Xbox One version of Rocket League in the near future.
The rocket-powered soccer game and its developers are no stranger to successes since the game was released across every console, the most recent being the Nintendo Switch, but this latest achievement is certainly one worth bragging about. Our in-game Tournaments feature is still on track, though we had to delay the initial beta test until early next year.
For those of you that don't know, Rocket League is a physics-based multi-player game in which players can choose from a variety of vehicles each equipped with unique boosters that propel the cars into scoring goals.
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