Meet the long-awaited sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars — everyone's favorite physics-based combination of soccer and racing!
In the futuristic sports game Rocket League®, players can control powerful cars, destroy everything around for rewards, and masterfully avoid collisions in a wide variety of arenas. Rocket League ® realistically conveys the interactions in the game through an advanced physical system and the implementation of the laws of mass and momentum, which gives players the opportunity to intuitively control this incredibly energetic version of football.
A new seasonal mode where you can play alone.
A huge selection of items for tuning — more than 10 million combinations.
The ability to unlock items and cars, as well as game statistics, leaderboards, and more.
Exciting matches up to 8 players, which can be customized as you wish.
Stunning split-screen mode, allowing you to play 2, 3 and even 4 players at once, both with each other and against other players in the network.
High-quality replays that allow you to speed up and rewind the recording, as well as see what is happening from any corner of the arena.
Competitive cross-platform matches for PlayStation®4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch users.
NOTE: Rocket League® offers multiplayer play only with the permission of online service providers, so access to servers is not available in Iran, China, Crimea, North Korea, Syria, Sudan, and Cuba. We apologize to the users of these regions.
Beta versions for SteamOS and Mac On September 8, 2016, beta versions of Rocket League® were released for SteamOS and Mac. SteamOS is the only "officially supported Linux client. However, other Linux platforms may also be compatible. Similarly, the Mac version may not work on older systems with built-in video support, so it is strongly recommended to use a separate GPU (problems should not occur on Macs of 2013 and later). System requirements for Mac:
OS: macOS X 10.8.5;
processor: Intel Core i5 2.4 GHz;
RAM: 8 GB RAM;
Video card: OpenGL 4.1 — ATI Radeon HD 5670, NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M, Intel HD Graphics 4000 or Iris Pro Graphics.
Don't forget to check for beta updates for SteamOS and Mac. The most common issues with both versions in the June 1, 2017 update are listed below.
The add-ons purchase page on the trading floor is not displayed in Big Picture mode. This issue is related to the Steam client, and Valve will fix it in the next update.
The game suddenly stops working when you exit the match in the main menu.
The statues in the City Center are not displayed correctly.
Fuzzy elements appear on the screen periodically.
The Xbox 360 controller requires third-party drivers (Mac only).
The Steam controller does not have support by default (Mac only).