Rocket League DLC Is Now Available Across Platforms
If you're a Rocket League player who purchased DLC items prior to the game going free-to-play, we have some good news for you. As of today, those items have cross-platform status. This means that you'll finally be able to access your favorite licensed content across most platforms -- Nintendo Switch isn't fully supported at this time -- provided you take the proper measures.
To have cross-platform access to premium content, players need to link all platform accounts to their Epic account. Then, once everything is linked, they'll need to log into the platform where the items were purchased so that the items can be linked.
There are a few things that aren't included in cross-platform access. These include platform exclusives like Sweet Tooth, Mario and Luigi NSR, and Samus' Gunship, as well as the Ultimate Edition on-disk DLC: Batman/DC Superheroes Pack.
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