Rocket League Sells 1 Million on Steam
In all, the game has been downloaded more than 5 million times.
Rocket League, a new sports-action game that is essentially soccer with cars, has undoubtedly been one of the hottest games of summer. Now, Valve and developer Psyonix have announced that the beloved game has sold more than 1 million copies for PC on Steam alone since its release in July.
As of the end of July, Rocket League passed 5 million downloads across PC and PlayStation 4. Sales on PS4 are a little tougher to quantify, as the game was free in July for PlayStation Plus owners. But whatever the case, the game is a success, and it will grow further with more DLC and a release for additional systems.
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In other news about Rocket League, Valve and Psyonix recently announced that everyone who preorders any Steam Hardware--Steam Controller, Steam Link, or Steam Machine--gets a free copy of the game. In addition, the game is coming to SteamOS and Mac later this year.
For more on Rocket League, check out this video of a last-minute save turning into an amazing goal.
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