Rocket League Passes New Milestones
25 million players and counting.
Rocket League continues to soar. Developer Psyonix today announced that the game has eclipsed 25 million players, up from the 22 million figure that the developer disclosed in November. Bear in mind that the game has not sold that many copies, however.
Psyonix also revealed that, collectively, players have logged more than 1 billion games of Rocket League since the soccer-with-cars game premiered in summer 2015.
Here is a breakdown of those 1 billion games:
- 50% Competitive games
- 33% Casual games
- 11% Alternative modes (Rumble, Hoops, Snow Day, etc.)
- 6% Private matches
Additionally, Psyonix revealed that Rocket League users have played 31 million Rumble matches since the mode arrived in September 2016.
Rocket League, which was released in 2015, was named a top-grossing title on Steam for 2016 and was the No. 1 best-selling PS4 game on the PlayStation Store in 2016.
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