Rocket League Hits 34 Million Players, New Ban System Incoming
Rocket League has been on the market for just over 2 years, and already Psyonix has announced on its official blog that the car and soccer title has already surpassed 34 million players on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
On July 7, within the framework of the 2nd anniversary of the title, the studio reported that Rocket League already had 33 million players. It means that in less than 30 days they got 1 million extra users.
That's not all, as we also learned that Rocket League has 1.6 million users per day. The figure is impressive and it is clear that the game continues to captivate new players.
To take care of the 34 million users, Psyonix has announced a new security system for Rocket League. The objective of this measure will be to combat racist, offensive, discriminatory or harassing attitudes. The program will operate based on reports received from players who are victims of such offenses.
In addition, the version for Nintendo Switch will be ready later this year, so more players will be able to join the popular title.
Indeed, one of the surprises that Nintendo gave us in its presentation of E3 2017 was the announcement that Rocket League will release on Switch with all the content that counts on other platforms and will also have exclusive features.
Jeremy Dunham, Vice President of Psyonix, and Corey Davis, Design Director, were in charge of presenting the version of Rocket League for Nintendo Switch, which will arrive on the Holiday season this year.
But the most important announcement was that the Rocket League version for Nintendo Switch will be integrated online with versions of other platforms, so you can compete with users of other systems. This feature will allow users on Switch, Xbox One, and Steam to compete from their platforms.
Rocket League is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.