Super awesomely addictive sports title Rocket League is making its way to retail, confirmed its developer Psyonix on the game’s Facebook page. More details are still to come, but this is great news for the title, which is only available digitally on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Speaking to Kinda Funny Games, Psyonix vice president Jeremy Dunham said “We’re going to be announcing very soon that Rocket League’s coming to retail. We’re going to be talking about who our partner is, when [you] can expect to see it, and what comes in that package.”
More new content is still to come this year for one of the most addictive titles in recent history, with the team talking about more content when the current season is over. On the Kinda Funny Games’ interview, Dunham said “Awards season is almost over. We’re going to be at SXSW for that and then a couple other ones. Once that’s done we’re going to really start focusing on the game.”
The game costs £15/€20/$20 digitally across all platforms, and we would expect a similar budget price for a retail boxed copy. Fans who love the game will surely buy a copy for a keepsake, and Psyonix said on their Facebook page that “We’ll make sure the retail version is special. Stay tuned for more details!”. Let’s hope for some interesting extras then!
Rocket League arrived on Xbox One last week, and you can read the 4-One review here.
Batman v Superman DLC was also confirmed to be coming to Rocket League next month. You can read about that here, and see a trailer too!