Rocket League has reached 30 Million Players, according to a tweet from Psyonix Studios. Around the world and across all platforms, Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4, this is no small feat. While the game caught traction as a PlayStation Plus game a couple years back, word spread quickly and it’s obviously been a boon for the game.
The vehicular soccer game is actually a sequel to a must less successful game called Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars. Not quite as catchy as “Rocket League,” but nevertheless it laid the ground work for what millions now play on a daily basis.
Have yet to try Rocket League? Have you been hiding under rock the past couple of years? You can check out our review of Rocket League for more details and impressions on the game.
Keeping those millions engaged has been the gameplay of Rocket League thus far, but updates to the game have also kept it relevant. Most recently, the developers released the new Dropshot Mode for Rocket League. We got a chance to interview Psyonix about the new mode in a video you can watch below:
What does Psyonix have in store for the future of Rocket League? It’s unclear, but they have 30 million reasons to keep adding new features.
Rocket League Dropshot Interview