Rocket League now supports cross-platform games on all consoles
Posted by smrtsmith on May 28th, 2019
Rocket League now supports cross-platform games for everyone gaming consoles and PCs and is particularly a big advance in the highly anticipated RocketID and cross-platform party features.
To enable this feature, examine the "Cross-platform playback" box inside Gameplay Options tab. Of course, cross-platform games are completely optional, and Rocket League Prices when you want to play players through your platform, you may opt-out.
Recently released, this update combines each platform (including PlayStation 4!) and combines over 46,000,000 players inside Rocket League to the same playlist. Players can get faster pairing times, which will inject new dynamism into less popular playlists like Extra Mode (Dropshot, Snow Day, Rumble and Hoops) and Solo Standard.
Perhaps furthermore, Psyonix announced this morning how the Cross-Platform parties are going to be released within the next update. This feature allows players to Rocket League Trading collaborate because of their friends on any console (or PC) "press a couple of buttons" and queue as much as any playlist.
The cross-platform party was originally scheduled for release in August 2018, but was postponed to "early 2019." Here at the starting of 2019, it would appear that we can finally connect with friends on every console! There is no specific time-frame for the update, but this update is a crucial step towards implementing the update.