Rocket League is Currently Offline for Maintenance, Confirms Developer
Did you try to crank up Rocket League recently and found out that the game was not connecting? Well, this is because the developers have taken it offline due to a maintenance break.
The official Twitter profile of Rocket League has confirmed via a tweet that the game’s servers are currently down but there is nothing to worry about.
Right now, the servers are undergoing a scheduled maintenance period which is going to last about one hour after which you will be able to get back online and play against your friends as much as you want.
Scheduled maintenance has begun. Servers will be unavailable for up to 1 hour as we run maintenance. We’ll let you know when they’re back!
That being said, we will continue to update you about the status of Rocket League servers if there is anything else that needs to be highlighted.
Until then, check out how the ranked season play for the game is going to work and tell us if you are okay with the way developers are shaping it up this time.
Rocket League is currently available for PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Linux and Mac OS. Are you playing the game these days? What platform do you play it on?