Rocket League, the hugely successful amalgamation of soccer and souped-up cars, will be blasting off towards other platforms soon.

Speaking with GameZone, Psyonix’s Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Jeremy Dunham, said Rocket League’s massive success has allowed the team to expand and look outside the realm of PC and PlayStation 4.

“We’re now in a position that we can expand our team,” Dunham said. “We are absolutely, 100 percent going to other platforms. What those platforms are and when we’ll come to them, I don’t know yet.”

Though specific platforms weren’t mention, Dunham said “nothing is off the table. If the game can work on the platform and we can responsibly get that game working on a platform, we will never say never to any of the platforms that are current-gen. Anything is possible.”

Since lifting off on July 7, Rocket League has reached five million downloads, likely due to being free on PlayStation Plus until August 4.

Psyonix will be releasing its first DLC pack in August, adding new cars and decals for $3.99. A spectator mode and new map will be available for free.

Rocket League Is “Absolutely, 100 Percent Going to Other Platforms” [GameSpot]

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