It's time to talk about the next chapter of Rocket League

  • Epic Games-claimed Psyonix reported that it will quit supporting Rocket League on macOS and Linux beginning in March LOLGA. Psyonix says it will discharge a last fix on the two stages that month that will kill online highlights, which implies you won't have the option to play online multiplayer any longer. You'll despite everything have the option to play matches with your companions sitting before your PC, however.

    In its declaration post, Psyonix said that "it is not, at this point reasonable for us to keep up help for the macOS and Linux (SteamOS) stages." And in the help article, it said "we need Rocket League Credits to be the most ideal experience for every one of our players. This incorporates adjusting to utilize new advancements." But those announcements don't disclose to us anything regarding why the studio is pulling on the web highlights for Rocket League from macOS and Linux.