could be coming to the Epic Games Store later this 12 months. It said "inside the period in-between" it's going to nonetheless be to be had for purchase on Steam, and Rocket League Credits that "thereafter" it's going to stay supported--reportedly through the discharge of patches and DLC.

That seemed that when it appears at the Epic Store it'll be pulled from the Steam storefront, even though no formal declaration has been made. The reliable Rocket League Twitter account issued a indistinct assertion that stresses the sport "remains available on Steam" and that current gamers can "stay up for continued aid," however failed to necessarily rule out pulling it off the shop at some destiny date.

Epic Games has made a habit of securing exclusives on its rising Steam competitor, even lately issuing an ultimatum to Steam geared toward improving developer sales splits. This has caused similar controversies over games like Metro Exodus and The Division 2--but in both of those cases, the transfer became formally announced, as opposed to inferred by using lovers.