Rocket League's competitive arcade racing game goes free

On July 21, development company Rocket League Psyonix shared plans for the development of the game. They plan to make their main project completely free.

So far, no specific dates have been announced, but interesting details are already known. After the game becomes available to everyone, its page will be removed from Steam. Rocket League will be an Epic Game Store exclusive. However, owners of the game on the Valve site will still be able to play and use all the arcade content.

Not so long ago, on July 8, the Rocket League celebrated its anniversary. During the existence of the project, more than 75 million users have played it.