It looks like Psyonix will turn its flagship game, Rocket League, into a free-to-play game. Because recently, through their official website, they announced that, when it is officially released for free-to-play, PS4 users don’t need PlayStation Plus to play online. The plan is that Psyonix will present a free version of Rocket League in mid-September.
This also applies to Switch users where later you will not need a Nintendo Switch Online membership to play this game that combines soccer with cars. Also, to welcome the free-to-play release of the game, the developer promises various things that will help new players adapt quickly when playing Rocket League, where Psyonix has prepared a bot difficulty level below the rookie for new players.
Of course, the news above is good news, because this game, which already has many e-sports tournaments, is genuinely free to play game to play.