Fortnite, and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

Fortnite, and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

Developer Psyonix has announced that after over three years and two months on the market, its hit arcade sports game, Rocket League, has surpassed 50 million players.News of the impressive milestone comes, roughly, eight months after the game raced past 40 million players, or in other words, 2018 has seen the game add 10 million new players. A very impressive figure for a game as old as it is.

It's worth noting that 50 million players does not equal 50 million in sales. 50 million players also doesn't mean 50 million unique players, in other words, it is inflated by players with multiple accounts. And given that smurfing is a considerable problem in the game, it's hard to gauge what the actual player count is.But nonetheless, smurfs or no smurfs, 50 million is a very big number for a multiplayer game that has managed to remain one of the biggest multiplayer titles in the world despite a ton of big releases in the realm since, such as: Rainbow Six Siege, Overwatch, Fortnite, and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is that the most reliable store that sells buys Rocket League Items (PS4, XBOX One, Steam PC, Nintendo Switch) with an honest reputation within the Rocket League market, by offering favorable prices, securing your payment and guaranteeing instant delivery. you'll buy Rocket League Credits, Blueprints, Crates, Keys, Skins, Rocket Pass 6 Items and every one tradable items like bodies, wheels, boosts, decals, trails, goal explosions, banners, toppers, antennas, paints here!


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