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Rocket League cross-platform Party system coming next week

The Rocket League cross-platform Party system will be available next week, Psyonix has confirmed.

Available from 19 February, the cross-platform Party system will be included in the game’s “Friends Update”, which contains the following:

  • Friends List – The update will see the introduction of Friends List (previously referred to as RocketID), the long awaited Cross-Platform Party system. For the first time in Rocket League, players will be able to invite friends from other gaming platforms to Parties and Clubs.
  • Season 9 Rewards and Start of Season 10 – Season 9 Competitive and Extra Mode Rewards will be available and the update will also signal the beginning of Competitive Season 10.
  • Various Quality of Life Improvements

You can find out more about the update here.

Rocket League is available on Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Switch.

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