Cross-play friends lists will go live in Rocket League on February 19. The game went cross-play on Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC in January, but only for matchmaking. This new update will add a friends list that populates across every platform and the ability to create parties.

Psyonix has revealed the drop rates for Rocket League’s loot crates. The studio says these haven’t changed since they were first added to the game back in September of 2016, and the rates track closely with various player estimates. The game’s battle pass arrives later this summer.  

A new map, cars and custom goal explosions are coming to Rocket League on July 5. The second anniversary update is free for all players, and also includes a radio option with 18 new songs to jam out to while zooming around the pitch.

It’s about damn time. Iconic Hot Wheels street machines Twin Mill III and Bone race into Rocket League on February 21. I guess I have to play Rocket League now.

It really took this long for official Rocket League toys? Psyonix and Zag Toys have teamed up to create a line of Rocket League pull-back racers. Due out this spring, each vehicle will come packaged inside one of the game’s giant balls. About time!

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