Rocket League has been a massive success in the gaming community and has even changed the lives of many through its competitive e-sports aspect with massive life-changing amounts as prize pools, however in May 2019, Psyonix was acquired by the American video game giant, Epic Games who are also known for releasing the now extremely popular battle royale game Fortnite and are also the developers behind the Unreal Engine, an engine on which most of the newer AAA titles are made on. Rocket League 2 rumors started within the community after Psyonix was acquired, we will tell you all the information that is available regarding a sequel to Rocket League and our personal opinion on whether we will see such a release or not.
Rocket League 2 has been rumored due to Psyonix being acquired by Epic Games and with the new Unreal engine coming out, many have believed that Psyonix will develop another Rocket League for the new engine as the current game is built on the now old and outdated Unreal Engine 3.
Besides that many players are wondering what exactly is Psyonix is up to other than their simple bug fixes and new vehicle design releases, Psyonix since being acquired by Epic Games has a lot more resources at hand and must be utilising their them for something behind the scenes.
These are all however just assumptions and hope on the fans side who want something new and fresh to play.
Will there be a Rocket League 2
There has been no information regarding a new release by Psyonix, they are still working on the original game and are even working on bringing it to Unreal Engine 5, hence we can’t say that they aren’t busy with work, We can hope however that they may be working on a new project but once again there is no confirmation that there even is a project or that if a project is being worked on then it is Rocket League 2.
All players can do for now is stick with the original game and enjoy the add ons and content that Psyonix is releasing to help improve gameplay experience.