Developer Psyonix has been supporting Rocket League since launch with new content and events and it comes as no surprise that the game has a huge dedicated community that plays the game. Now, just in time for the game’s second anniversary Psyonix has revealed that over 33 million players have played the game.
As revealed by the developer itself, 33 million players have played the game to date with a total of 1.5 bn matches and have scored a total of 7 bn goals in the game. According to the stats, an average daily of 1.6m players are playing the game with 3.3 million playing weekly and 6.1 million players play it monthly.
The stats further reveal that PlayStation 4 remains the platform of choice for the majority of the community as 41% of users are playing the game on PS4, followed by 32% on Xbox One and Steam users account for 27%.
In related news, Psyonix has partnered with Tencent to bring the Rocket League Free-To-Play to China. The partnership was announced during Tencent’s UP 2017 press conference and the two firms will work on a new version of Rocket League for Chinese gamers.
The main and the obvious difference in the game is that it will be free-to-play. While the game will be free-to-play, players will presumably have to purchase the aesthetic customizations for the vehicles.
Rocket League is a vehicular soccer video game developed by Psyonix for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.