Rocket League goes free-to-play next week By Sean Carey, 15 Sep 2020 CommentsDeveloper Psyonix has announced that Rocket League will officially go free-to-play next week on September 23rd. According to an Xbox Wire post, an update is set to roll out tomorrow for all current owners that will make Rocket League "feel like a whole new experience." This update includes a revamp to the tournament system, where you'll soon be able to join automatically scheduled Competitive Tournaments for no cost. These tournaments are only 3v3, but teams of any size can join. Your team will be entered into a bracket with 32 teams who are similar in rank, and you'll earn Tournament Credits based on where you finish. Competitive Tournaments will be available when free-to-play launches on September 23rd. When free-to-play goes live, new players can unlock free customisation items or XP through Challenges. These Challenges occur weekly, during events, and throughout a Season. All players will get three new Challenges per week, while Rocket Pass Premium users will receive six. Rocket League will also get cross-platform progression as of tomorrow. When the update drops, you'll need to sign in to your Epic Games account and link the platforms where you play Rocket League and choose your primary platform with the highest Rank and XP Level. A linking page will go live tomorrow in Rocket League. More competitive ranks are coming to Rocket League too. Grand Champion is being split into Grand Champion I, Grand Champion 2, and Grand Champion 3, with the new highest rank being Supersonic Legend. When Rocket League goes free-to-play, this means, if you don't already own the game, you'll be able to nab yourself some free Gamerscore. Rocket League has 77 achievements worth a total of 2,200G, thanks to various title updates. We have a well-received Rocket League walkthrough that details how to unlock 70 of those achievements if you need it. Rocket League goes free-to-play on September 23rd.Xbox One Written by Sean CareySean joined the team as a Staff Writer for both TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies in 2019. He games across all platforms and is always looking for an excuse to replay any of the Metal Gear Solid titles.