What is Rocket League?
Rocket League is a video game the combines arcade-style soccer and driving games. You play by controlling rocket-powered vehicles, which you can use to score goals with a giant soccer ball. Gameplay is energetic and chaotic as the cars can flip and fly in all directions.
Rocket League supports single player, multiplayer and cross-platform play. Online players are teamed up by the game’s matchmaking system. You can play casually or take part in the online Competitive Seasons to climb the ranks and earn rewards.
Players can communicate by voice or text on the same platform, or by pre-set messages called Quick Chats, which are visible to everyone. Rocket League players may also use third-party voice chat apps like Discord.
Rocket League is a paid game with optional in-app purchases for premium content. Players can also swap items of value which is known as Player-to-Player Trading.
Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Steam, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
Apps: There are currently no official apps for the Rocket League game.
How do people use Rocket League?
Learn about the risks and benefits associated with how people use arcade-style video games like Rocket League.
How can you report a player or contact support?
- Report a player
Learn how to report or mute a player in Rocket League.
Submit a ticket to customer service to resolve any issues.
How can you protect your personal information?
How Psyonix’s, Rocket League’s developers, handle your personal information.
- Beware of scams
Learn about scams and what to do if your Rocket League account is compromised.
Key safety links
- Protect your child from online interactions
Be aware of potential online interactions in Rocket League and how to keep your child as safe as possible.
- Player-to-player trades
How to minimise risk during Player-to-Player Trading.
The terms you agree to by using Rocket League.
- End User License Agreement (EULA)
Read the contract that governs your use of Psyonix software and games.