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Will Rocket League Get Into the Xbox One Legacy Status?

Will Rocket League Get Into the Xbox One Legacy Status?

It seems that everyone and their brother are talking about how great the Rocket League is. From the trailers, it’s obvious that this game will be a big hit with young boys and girls. But is Rocket League free forever? I recently asked the question to EA, and here is what they had to say.

Yes, Rocket League is free to play right now, but it won’t last forever. When EA made the decision to remove the free-to-play release from the store, they never said that this would happen. They only made this announcement because they were changing the kind of people who would be interested in playing the game. Essentially, they wanted to focus on the more mature crowd – people who would not be playing the game using its “immature” feature. Today, more than 80 million people play the game, and that number is growing quickly.

While there’s no definite answer as to when Rocket League is going to go free-to-play, there are a couple of factors that point to this possibility. One, the game has gone through some major updates recently, which have improved the graphics, game modes, and overall user experience. Two, the team developing the game has committed itself to provide frequent updates and patches for the future. In other words, they aren’t just going to sit on their laurels.

Now, whether or not there is going to be a future for the game is up to you. Some people are hopeful, while others think it’s just a way for EA to get the previous games out there and sell them for the price that they want to. Either way, the future is unknown. The only thing we do know is that the popularity of this game has allowed it to reach the level of popularity where people are saying that it’s an easy way to make money, even with the current economy. If the owners of both the EA and the platform for the game can agree on a monthly fee, it would almost seem like a bad idea for them not to offer it.

Regardless, there is no doubt that Rocket League is still incredibly popular. It has a very positive playing demographic, and that’s something that many other casual games don’t have. When you have a group of people who have a common interest in a game that will only cost them a few dollars per month, it’s a much more likely chance of them playing regularly than if they were joining a pay-to-play website. In fact, it’s arguable that most gamers would prefer to play against a friendly partner rather than someone who wants to take advantage of the system.

When you look at the demographics, it’s safe to assume that people are mostly male. At least that’s what researchers have found. Interestingly, when you factor in the number of households that already own Xbox consoles, it becomes clear that Rocket League is the only sport that most of them are interested in. The demographic is clearly male, with roughly 75 million households that own Xboxes, and another 25 million who have game consoles of some kind. Not only does this disprove the theory that EA is just trying to push a girl’s sport on kids, but it also means that going free-to-play is a smart business decision for them.

EA already has a free-to-play game available called NFL Rush, which was released last year. If they were going to give Rocket League the same treatment, then why wouldn’t they do the same with the other dogs for their existing player base? All the established players already have a game to sell, and so wouldn’t adding an additional one just add more profit to the company? That may be true, but giving the existing players more options could be a very smart move.

If you are worried about EA locking the ladder with free-to-play, then think again. With the way that they are handling their other games, and the fact that they are considering offering a new game that will directly compete with Rocket League, it would probably be a smart move for them to go ahead and offer this. Giving the players something to play with that will almost certainly have legacy status attached to it is always a smart move for any company.

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