Since 2015, Rocket League has been the go-to game for vehicular soccer enthusiasts. Now available on all major platforms and focusing heavily on teamwork and competition, new players are wondering whether or not cross-platform support allows them to team up or face off peers playing on other platforms.
Rocket League crossplay was often brought up in the game's early days and just like the amount of available content has grown, so has its flexibility in terms of who you can encounter during matches.
Simply put, yes, Rocket League has featured cross-platform support for a few years now, allowing players to team up and play against each other regardless of platform. It should be enabled by default but, if you're unsure about it, you can double-check in the main menu.
Left-click on Options and, in the Gameplay tab, you should see a setting named Cross-Platform play. If there's a blue checkmark in the box right next to it, you're good to go.
Furthermore, developer Psyonix has also introduced cross-platform parties back in 2019, making Rocket League crossplay even easier to get into. As long as you have the option checked, you'll find it applies to all types of online matches.
For more on the game, also check out our guide on enabling two-factor authentication.
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