Rocket League has seems to be on a non-stop rise ever since its release, boasted an impressive amount of statistics since its launch and progression so far. Developers Psyonix has recently released some updated stats regarding the game’s lifetime performance of the soccer-car mash up as it hits its second birthday.
On the official website, it has been confirmed that over 33 million people have played Rocket League so far, tallying up to over 1.5 billion matches that have seen just short of 7 billion goals scored. Over the course of the past year, the game enjoys a daily average of 1.6 million players, with 3.3 million playing on a weekly basis and 6.1 million each month.
Originally releasing on the PlayStation 4, Rocket League continues to be the main platform of choice, having been kickstarted on the Sony console, accumulating 41% of overall users. This is followed by Xbox One with 32% of users, with Steam rounding things off with 27%.
Its not just players that play the game that has produced impressive statistics for Rocket League. According to Psyonix, the viewing figures for the game on Twitch state that over 35 million viewers have checked out the action. Streams have seen almost 630,000 content creators bringing footage of the game, totaling altogether a whopping 5,375 years of viewing time altogether.
Going forward, plenty more content has been confirmed to be coming to Rocket League, on top of the game’s announcement for the Nintendo Switch and a free version to be released in China. Not only that, it has served as one of the first games to advocate cross-platform multiplayer across available platforms.