Rocket League is a vehicular soccer game developed and published partly by Psyonix. The game was released first for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 4 in July 2015. Later, ports were also made for Xbox One (and Nintendo Switch).
Rocket League’s gameplay is very similar to that of Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket Powered Battle-Cars. The players control a rocket-powered car that they use to hit a more giant ball than other cars towards the opposing team’s goal area. This is a game that plays like indoor soccer with elements that are reminiscent of a demolition derby.
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Rocket League Co Op
Rocket League has co-op. To play split-screen, two controllers must be connected. The second player will need to press the start button. Online play can be shared by both players. To activate Split-Screen Feature of Rocket League,
- Get your PlayStation started
- Launch Rocket League from your central controller
- With your second controller, press the PlayStation button
- Select one of these options using the second controller
- Get Started – Create a new PlayStation account, or sign in with an existing one.
- Sign in and Play – To sign into an existing account. After you log out, your game data will not be saved to this console.
- Quick Play – You don’t need a PlayStation account to play this game. This option will allow you to play League.
- After you sign in, you can return to the Rocket League Main Menu
- With the second controller, press Settings
- Player 2 will then appear at the party lobby
- Player 1 will then be able to choose the Playlist that both players want to play in
Does Rocket League have 4 player split-screen?
This will allow Player 2 to join the party, and you can then both play Offline or online together. Split-screen support is available for up to four players. Repeat this process for each controller.
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Why is Rocket League getting shut down?
Rocket League was shut down due to ongoing technical problems with MacOS and Linux systems. Psyonix explained in a statement that Rocket League is an evolving game; part of that evolution is keeping the game client current with new features.