Published by Psyonix for PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows, Rocket League is among the few games that have allowed their fans the exciting experience of cross-platform gaming. The game managed to pull 120,000 to 124,000 concurrent players across both PlayStation 4 and Windows with in 4 days of its release.
However it only took little time after the games initial release on July 7, 2015 that concerns stated to pile up. Users from either platforms felt being at a disadvantage or advantage due to their controllers. The patch 1.05 with some other new features came in for the rescue. Now PC gamers will have the option to filter out PS4 players. “This should satisfy anyone worried that mouse and keyboard players have any (dis)advantage against controller users” Says PC Gamer
In addition players will also now be able to customize their vehicles via decorations and good news also comes ion for the players who weren’t in particular big fans of the game’s music as now thorough the new patch you’ll be able to program your own music.
The game is without doubt a major success for its developers as in all the game has been downloaded more than 5 million times. The game that potentially allows its fan to play soccer with cars has sold more than 1 million copies on steam alone. The game generally has received great scores with IGN giving it an 8 out of 10 and Metro going for a 9 out of 10.
The game has also a growing e-sport appeal with already over 300,000 registered teams, events are to be held on a weakly bases with rewards going up to £200 for the winner and £100 will be awarded to the second place contestants. The events however will be will be held on European servers hence is an European exclusive. The events will be hosted by Gfinity as reported by pcgamesn.
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