Rocket League Down reports are currently flooding in as users of the free-to-play PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch games are experiencing server issues. The Independent Image Monitor Down Detector recorded a huge spike in Rocket League down reports today. The UK recorded 2,000 rocket league down reports at the time of writing, while downdetector.com recorded 1,000 rocket league down reports.
According to the Down Detector Outage Map, Rocket League server problems mainly affect players in the UK, US and Europe.
Down detector statistics say that – among those affected – 90 percent of gamers have problems with Rocket League online play.
Users took to the social networking site Twitter to report issues they were facing as the Rocket League server issues hit.
One tweeted: “I loaded the Rocket League to see that all my belongings and cars were gone, including my stats but the stats happen every update and I was so insane and scared bro and then I went into Twitter lmao and don’t tell me I just lost everything”.
Another posted: “ock Rocket League Your servers are down and I’m having some problems with some friends”.
One added: “Are the ock Rocket League servers going down?”
And another wrote: “@RL_ support rocket league servers are completely declining everywhere, have any idea when they will be fixed?”
The Rocket League was first launched in July 2015 and caused a sensation for inclusion in the PS Plus.
Following the initial PS4 and PC releases, it was released on multiple platforms such as the Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and MacOS.
The launch turned the Rocket League into a play-to-play game last month, coinciding with the release of the new season and Bottle Pass.