Having sold over 4 million copies across multiple platforms, Rocket League has now had a physical release confirmed by officials at Psyonix. The announcement came from Psyonix’s VP of marketing and communications, Jeremy Dunham, earlier today.
Dunham’s announcement also confirmed that the game has generated over $70 million in revenue for the company across the 4 million-odd downloads, but no other release details were revealed at this time. The announcement came in an interview with Kinda Funny Games.
Dunham did go on to explain that further details for the physical, retail version would be confirmed “soon,” and it’s expected that this will include content information, the release date and the details of who will partner Psyonix for the launch.
Rocket League most recently made its way to Xbox One systems with the downloadable version being made available on February 17th. It’s likely that console and PC versions of the physical release will simultaneously, but we’ll bring you more news on this as it comes to us.