Rocket League is becoming free to play on Xbox One and other platforms on September 23

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Starting September 23, 2020, Rocket League will be free-to-play on Xbox One, Windows 10 PC, Nintendo Switch, and PS4. As noted on Xbox Wire, Rocket League will also receive a new update to get the game ready for its free-to-play debut.

In Rocket League, you play a fast-paced game of soccer with a super-sized ball and rocket-powered cars. Rocket League supports cross-platform play, so Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC players can play in matches head-to-head. Starting tomorrow, Rocket League will also enable cross-platform progression and provide Legacy Status items for current game owners, and also introduce revamped Tournaments, game-wide Challenges, as well as streamlined Seasons and new Ranks.

Rocket League will also be available for free in the Epic Games Store for PC starting on September 23, 2020. If you add Rocket League using your Epic Games Store library between September 23, 2020, and October 23, 2020, you will get an Epic Games Store coupon for $10 off any game or add-on $14.99 or higher.

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