Rocket League Servers DOWN as Psyonix provides latest status update

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Rocket League Servers DOWN as Psyonix provides latest status update 1

Rocket League servers are down tonight, developers Psyonix has confirmed.

Issues have been affecting the game on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch this weekend, starting on Friday.

And now the latest outage has been ongoing for several hours, also hitting the Rocket League eSports schedule.

“Today’s RLCS matches have been postponed and will be moved to a later date,” a message from the Rocket League support explains.

“We understand that this is frustrating, but we feel it is in the best interest of competitive integrity to move them rather than attempt to play them out. We, apologise and we’ll have more updates soon.”

It’s unclear what is causing tonight’s Rocket League issues or how long they might last.

The Psyonix support team has been putting the game in and out of maintenance for the past few hours, telling fans the following: “We are putting Rocket League back into maintenance mode for a few minutes, and we’ll update here when online access is restored. Thank you.”

And the latest message from the Rocket League team is that server access is currently down, with more updates set to follow.

As mentioned above, today’s outage has affected the current eSports schedule for the game while a new content update is being planned for release on February 4, 2020.

“As mentioned previously, the RLCS will be moving to ten-team leagues for North America and Europe for the first time ever!” a message from Psyonix explains.

“As players have continued to get better and better at Rocket League, it became increasingly clear that an eight-team league simply wasn’t big enough for all the current and up-and-coming pros. Last season, a ten-team league was added to the Rival Series, and after a successful and competitive season, it was time for the RLCS to follow suit.

“In order to accommodate the move to ten teams, Season 9 League Play has been lengthened to eight weeks. Teams will play a total of nine matches over the course of the season. That’s two more matches for each team, giving them a greater opportunity to jockey for position and prove they have what it takes to make it to the World Championship.”

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