The river of advances coming from the internal documents of the lawsuit that sees Apple opposing Epic continues. After the news about Sony’s compensation for Fortnite crossplay on PS4 and the expenses for free games on the Epic Store, the latest leak involves one of the most famous multiplayer video games: Rocket League.
The leaked documentation from Apple’s lawsuit against Epic cites the development of one native version for nextgen console by Rocket League. Psyonix’s famous free battle car racer, we remember, has already received in recent months a patch that has optimized Rocket League su PS5 e Xbox Series X/S, but from the information pitted from the trial papers of the legal battle between Apple and Epic, the US videogame giant’s commitment to a version specifically designed for the new Sony and Microsoft platforms would emerge.
In the documents that emerged online from the beginning of the process that sees the Cupertino house opposed to the Fortnite company, the effort made by Epic to develop the mobile version of Rocket League is also mentioned, presumably in reference to the already announced free spin-off Rocket League Sideswipe for iOS and Android systems.