Back in early 2017, Psyonix made it known that cross-platform play was finished for Rocket League and both Nintendo and Microsoft were on board, but not Sony. However, that may have changed as Psyonix has confirmed the much-requested feature is coming this year.

On Twitter the company stated:

Hey there! We’re actively working on cross-platform party support for a 2018 release. 🙂

It seems strange and sudden that the feature was greenlit. Currently, Psyonix couldn’t share any details about who could play with whom. Perhaps Psyonix is going ahead to allow players from Xbox Live, Nintendo Switch, and PC to play to together and welcome Sony players at a later date. Or it could be that Psyonix struck common ground with Sony and decided on an agreement. Either way, the results have spoken for themselves with fans excited.

Rocket League is now available for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, macOS, and Linux.

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