Psyonix has announced that Rocket League has now gone past 30 million players across all platforms, with the announcement coming over Twitter. This new milestone was reached just over three months after the game hit 25 million players and over a billion matches played.
The vehicle-based football game rocketed into popularity in 2015 thanks to its easily accessible gameplay style catering to casual and hardcore players alike, and although originally the game was only available for PC and PlayStation 4, an Xbox One release followed in 2016.
Cross-platform play was also implemented between PC and console versions of the game, making sure its player base would always find others to compete with, regardless of the platform.
The game can also attribute its popularity to the constant free updates it receives, including new game modes and maps, with all the paid DLC being cosmetic additions in the form of promotional battle-cars or skins via its crate system.
With another significant milestone under its belt, Rocket League doesn't look like it's going anywhere but up.