Rocket League has hit an incredible milestone.
On the Rocket League website, developer Psyonix shared the news that their soccer car title has reached 75 million players since it was released five years ago. According to an infographic on the website, 5 billion matches have been played, with 29 billion goals being scored. The game is now available on four platforms, having only been available on two when it released. Available cars have jumped up from 10 to over 70, and nearly a dozen modes have made it into the game.
"The five years between Rocket League's launch and today have flown by like they just picked up a corner boost" Psyonix stated. "To say that we at Psyonix are thankful for the community's continued support is an understatement. We know Rocket League wouldn't be where it is today without your unparalleled passion for Soccar, and what you've accomplished in-game is simply unbelievable.
"Even though Rocket League has soared to new heights in 2020, we still think that the best is yet to come. Stay tuned later this summer for more info on the future of the game...
"From all of us at Psyonix, thank you for being a part of this amazing journey. Here's to five more years!"
Rocket League is in the middle of its fifth anniversary celebration. Right now, the Limited Time Mode 2v2 Heatseeker is available, and will be until July 13th, when the event ends. During the event, players will earn Balloons from Online Matches which can be spent in the Event Store to unlock brand new Psyonix- and Rocket League-inspired items. Players can also get Golden Eggs at the moment, which contain items from Champions Series 1, 2, 3, and 4. Players are able to earn a total of five Golden Eggs. Extra Balloons can be exchanged for XP Packs to tier Up players' Rocket Pass.
Rocket League is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch.