Plenty of games have reached unexpected heights in popularity in the last few years. Who could’ve guessed Minecraft or Angry Birds would grow into giant intellectual properties with movies, clothing merchandise, and even Lego sets.
While it hasn’t reached the same level, Rocket League is nonetheless a rousing success with more than 10.5 copies sold. Right now there’s a community of 27 million registered users, which is why Psyonix has no plans for a sequel just yet.
In an interview with Gamespot, VP Jeremy Dunham doesn’t think it would make sense to force their community to pay again so soon for another title. Instead, they’re working on improving Rocket League so the community further grows. One way they’re doing this is adding a new game mode called “Dropshot” on March 22nd. Instead of soccer, this mode is akin to volleyball as players do their best to keep the ball from touching the hexagons on their side of the field.
Rocket League is currently available on PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One, and MacOS.
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