Rocket League was an instant sensation when it launched for free via PlayStation 4’s PlayStation Plus subscription last year, though it remained to be seen just how long the game would be able to retain its massive launch support. Whatever the answer to that question is, the game shows no signs of slowing down as it just hit another huge player milestone.
Developer Psyonix recently revealed on Twitter that the game has just reached 19 million players worldwide, which is absolutely huge for this type of game. This goes along with the recently revealed sales numbers of the game, with the developer gaining $110 in revenue through five million units sold across all platforms.
While PlayStation 4 was where things really took off for the game, it was also available for PC at the same time and launched for Xbox One earlier this year. Cross-platform play between the PlayStation 4 and PC versions of the game is possible, though the continued call for cross-platform support between the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions isn’t looking good.
Rocket League most recently got 4 new DLC cars added to its roster, which had originally been timed-exclusives with the Collector’s Edition of the game. The exclusivity period has now ended, however, and these 4 cars can be purchased through the Battle-Cars DLC for $1.99.