Rocket League developer Psyonix has confirmed that the game's RocketID feature has been delayed.

Writing on the official Rocket League website, the studio confirmed that it has 'made the difficult decision' to postpone RocketID until a future update. It was originally due to show up in September.

Psyonix explained that it wants to ensure that RocketID is 'operating flawlessly' on all consoles before it is rolled out.

In case you haven't been keeping up with Rocket League, RocketID is a much-anticipated feature that allows players to enjoy cross-platform friends and party chat. There's no word yet on when the feature will arrive, though Psyonix has said more info will be shared 'when the time is right.'

Meanwhile, Rocket League's first Rocket Pass launched on September 5, and offers a chance for players to grab 29 free rewards.

If you haven't picked up Rocket League yet and it tickles your fancy, then you should probably snap up the Ultimate Edition of the vehicular soccer title, which includes a bunch of extra DLC alongside the base game.

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