Users of the free-to-play PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch games are experiencing server issues. The Independent Outtage Monitor Deton Detector today recorded a huge increase in the Rocket League. At the time of writing, Detector Detector has recorded more than 2,000 Rocket League reports in the UK, while DownDetector.com has registered more than 1,000 Rocket League reports.
According to the Detector Detector age age map, Rocket League server issues mainly affect players in the UK, US and Europe.
Deton detector statistics show that 90 percent of gamers suffer from Rocket League online play problems.
Rocket League went to the social networking site Twitter to report problems faced by users due to server issues.
One tweeted: “Rocket League loaded to see that all my items and cars are gone, including my stats, but Bro said the statistics happen every update and I’m so crazy and scared, and then I’ll go to Twitter and see that I’m the only one who lost everything to see the servers are down”.
Another posted: “ock Rocket League is your server bc I have some issues with some friends”.
Someone added: “Are the ock Rocket League servers disabled?”
Another wrote: “@RL_ Support Is there any downside when rocket league servers are fixed everywhere?”
The Rocket League was first launched in July 2015, thanks to its inclusion in the PS Plus.
After the initial PS4 and PC release, it was released on multiple platforms such as Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and MacOS.
Last month turned Rocket League into a play-to-play game, with the release of a new season and Battle Pass launch.