Developer Psyonix made the long-awaited

At long last, it's here: Rocket League players can finally party up with friends on other platforms via cross-party platform support.Developer Psyonix made the long-awaited, highly-anticipated announcement earlier this week, revealing that the feature is summer bound.How the system works is as follows: register an in-game ID that is a combination of a name with a unique code, for example, Scarab#7777. After this, add friends from other platforms by entering their ID into the new, in-game friends list. And then party up with them and play online.

Psyonix has been talking about the feature for a long time now, and had previously revealed it would be coming, but it didn't say when. We still don't know when exactly it will hit, but we do know it will apart of the game's huge string of summer updates, and arrive sometime in either July or August.The Rocket League community is large and extensive across multiple platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, as you would expect from one of the world's most popular games. For almost three years now, the player-base has been divided across the platforms, which of course means certain people have missed out on the opportunity to play with friends.

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