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Psyonix dates Rocket League's free-to-play launch for next week


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Earlier this year, developer Psyonix announced it would be transitioning its phenomenally popular four-wheeled footie game Rocket League to a free-to-play model, and it's now confirmed that will happen next Wednesday, 23rd September.

Since its launch in 2015, Rocket League has been sold as a premium title with an upfront fee, despite the myriad monetisation methods Psyonix has deployed over its lifetime, ranging from a now-defunct loot box system to a replacement online store, and a Fortnite-style battle pass.

From next week, however, that upfront fee will be no more, a move which Psyonix presumably hopes will help increase its player base still further. That, though, isn't the only big change coming. From 23rd September, Rocket League will also only be available as an Epic Games Store exclusive, following Epic's acquisition of Psyonix last year.

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