Rocket League is a physics-based multiplayer-focused sports game in which you control a car and play football. Players can score aerial goals in an intense single-player or multiplayer matches.
Psyonix has revealed its cross-party feature and is now available between Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch for this summer. A number of years back, the Xbox One version was updated to support cross-play with PC. Lately, the game launch the cross-play support with Nintendo Switch, but there wasn’t any solution to grouping up. With the addition of ‘Rocket ID’, this will solve that existing issue.
At the moment, Rocket League is one of the games which supports cross-play with Nintendo Switch. Fortnite and Minecraft is the two biggest games to support cross-play and as usual, Sony is reluctant to support cross-play with other consoles and devices. Rocket League has appeared under numerous ads promoting Xbox Game Pass and the game is currently available for free to subscribers. Players that want to give the game a try can install the title through Xbox Game Pass and start playing it.
Subscription for Xbox Game Pass memberships is priced at $9.99 per month.