Rocket League remains a hugely popular multiplayer time sink more than three years after its launch, but don't expect developer Psyonix to churn out a sequel anytime soon.
Speaking with GameSpot, Rocket League game director Scott Rudi revealed the studio is more interested in continuing support for the first version than churning out a follow-up.
In fact, Rudi said that he 'doesn't know' what he'd do with a potential Rocket League 2, and would rather continue the games-as-a-service model that has seen great success for Rocket League.
'That's preferable to do; games-as-a-service,' he revealed. 'The most valuable thing in our game is our fans. A lot of the stuff we do is focused on keeping them with us. Keeping them interested and all hyped up about our game. We want to provide a really good experience [for players] to have fun with for years to come.'
Rocket League launched on PlayStation 4 and PC back in July 2015 and later made the jump to PC and Nintendo Switch in 2016 and 2017, respectively. The game is one of the main champions of cross-platform play, although Sony's not playing ball in that respect.
We thought Rocket League was a decent romp back when it came out, though it's seen a lot more content added since then.