Today, Rocket league enters the Playstation Cross-Play beta program, and thus, the floodgates open for matchmaking for all Rocket League clients. On February 19, full cross platform play will become a reality with the Friends Update. Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Rocket League now supports cross platform play for all consoles and PC, making a massive step towards the much-anticipated RocketID and cross-platform party features. It was possible to matchmake into games with Steam users for Casual and Competitive playlists as well, but users from the big three consoles could not compete in pub matches. Rocket League now supports cross platform play for all consoles and PC, making a massive step towards the much-anticipated RocketID and cross-platform party features. Perhaps more importantly, Psyonix announced this morning that Cross Platform parties will be released in the next update. As always, keep your tabs locked to Shacknews for more updates on Rocket League and all you other favorites for the latest news and updates.
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Rocket League now offers cross-play between all platforms
Psyonix made a full-length trailer that displays exactly how this process works, including how to change the username part of your RocketID. Released this morning, this update unites every platform including the PlayStation 4! Rocket League is tearing down the walls that separate gamers by opening cross-play public matchmaking to all platforms. Rocket League now allows players from all versions of the game to enter cross-platform multiplayer matches. To enable this feature, tick the "Cross-Platform Play" box in the Gameplay options tab.