A few months ago, Psyonix surprised everyone when it announced its popular “soccar” game, Rocket League, would be going free-to-play this summer.
When it is finally made available to everyone, as you might have guessed it will no longer require users to be signed up to Nintendo Switch Online to play online. This covers both the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 versions of the game. Here’s the full confirmation from the game’s website:
PlayStation Plus on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch Online will no longer be required for online play on those platforms.
This is the same model as games like Fortnite – where you can play online multiplayer without a subscription.
According to the same page, the next update for the game featuring a streamlined season, new competitive ranks, and a new player experience (tutorial) will be rolling out in a few weeks time around mid-September, and the launch of free-to-play will follow shortly after this.
We can’t share the exact date quite yet, but stay tuned for more info.
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