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Nintendo have seemingly leaked Rocket League free to play release date

Published: 08:15, 15 September 2020
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It looks like Psyonix's vehicular football game Rocket League will become free to play on September 23, 2020, according to an early listing on Nintendo Store.

One of the most popular sports games on the market, Psyonix's vehicular football Rocket League is set to become a free to play title very soon. You'll get to play it free of charge on all platforms including PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch. 

According to an early post over at Nintendo Store , the free to play release date of Rocket League is set for this month, September 23, 2020, to be more specific. Keep in mind that this is yet to be officially confirmed by the developer but here's how we know the date is indeed true.

Rocket League is currently available on Xbox Game Pass but as we wrote yesterday it is one of the titles that will leave the subscription service on September 23, the same date it reportedly goes free to play.

This makes perfect sense and this date is now all but confirmed by the developer. To be completely honest, it would be a bit odd to have a free to play game on Game Pass, which is why Rocket League is leaving Xbox's service on Tuesday, next week.

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All in all, if you're yet to play Rocket League, next week you will be able to finally do it, free of charge, so the waiting was probably worth it? 

Rocket League is available now on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.

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