According to DownDetector, Rocket League has had connection issues since earlier today.
Reports have been coming in regarding the game’s connectivity since just before 3pm UK time, with many players unable to get online with the soccer-car hybrid title from Psyonix. This afternoon saw a massive spike of reports, with almost 300 reports coming in, which may have been surpassed since writing this.
The outage heat map suggests that the mainly affected areas are the UK and Europe, which has caused issues on PS4, Xbox One and PC. There are other regions being affected around the globe also, though they are nowhere near as prominent as those in the UK and Europe. At the time of writing this, 66% of reports have been based on online gameplay, though there has yet to be a response from Psyonix as of yet. As the amount of complaints continue to grow, it was surely prompt a reaction from the game’s developers at some point soon.
If you have been among those affected, then make sure to report the issue to the developers on the relevant platform. The DownDetector website also suggests that there have been issues with the game’s website also, though the percentage of reports stands at around half of those that were based on the complaints regarding online play.
Have you been affected by the outages in Rocket League today? Let us know in the comments section below. Rocket League is now available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, and will make its way to Nintendo Switch later this year.