Good news for all Rocket League fans as players no longer need to be subscribed to Switch Online or PlayStation Plus to play the game once it goes free-to-play.
Rocket League developers, Psyonix, revealed the news today and have confirmed that the game will become free-to-play this summer. Its core gameplay will still be the same but the main menu will be revamped.
A new update will be released on all platforms this month and the free-to-play update will follow suit, according to reports, by the end of this month.
Once Rocket League goes free-to-play, players will be able to bring their inventory, progress, and rank to any console a player wants to play the game as long as they are linked to an Epic Games account.
Rocket League will also be available on the PC via the Epic Games Store on the same day it goes free-to-play. Once this happens, the game will no longer be available for purchase on Steam.
The free-to-play version will feature crossplay on all available platforms including Steam and the Epic Games Store.