Rocket League continues to be a monument amount games. More than a year after the soccer-with-automobiles game drove onto the scene in July 2015, the game has now sold a whopping 7 million copies.

This figure, is up in number by 2 million since June, this includes copies sold across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. While a sales breakdown by system was not provided, Psyonix had previously has said the PlayStation 4 version was Rocket League‘s number one platform.

Rocket League will be the first title to support Xbox One-PC cross-play.


Initially developed on a budget on  meager $2 million, the game has now brought in a huge profit and reached more than $110 million in revenue from game and the DLC sales. Psyonix has continually supported Rocket League with new content  and free updates. In September, fans will be getting the brand new Rumble mode.

Have you played Rocket League and one of the 7 million copy owners? Do you love it? Tell us in the comments below. Stay Tuned to Gamer Assault Weekly for all your gaming needs.


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I have worked hard to become the COO here at GAW and I love it. I write and stream here and I couldn't be happier. I once had a show that I produced, wrote, and co-hosted called the Wide World of Games. I also co-host a podcast called Party Up! I'm an Action-Adventurer, platformer, RPGer, and FPS kind of gamer. Quick to play any game that has magic, swordplay, and/or stealthy elements. If you can customize a character I'm in it for the long haul. Or just give me your 2D platform and I'm a happy camper. What else do you expect from a gamer with a beard and a bow tie tattoo? Seriously.