The Rocket League cross-platform party update has been pushed to 2019, development studio Psyonix confirmed. The update was already delayed in September.
A specific reason for pushing the update to 2019 wasn't given, but it is likely related to getting the permissions to support cross-platform multiplayer on console versions of the game.
No one likes ads. We know that. But ads help us pay the bills. sentiment_dissatisfied
Please whitelist us in your adblocker software so that we can continue to provide quality content.
The change in policy means that Psyonix will spend additional time to get the PlayStation 4 version of Rocket League ready for cross-platform multiplayer.
Up until now, the studio focused on getting the underlying RocketID system ready for all other platforms while ruling out the PlayStation 4.
A new release date for the update was not announced.
You have read this entire article completely free of charge
Consider supporting our independent writers by becoming a subscriber.