A recent report confirms that Epic Games is looking forward to acquiring Psyonix and the company is in the process of the same. Psyonix is the same studio that earlier developed Rocket League, one of the most popular cross-platform games available in the market, according to reports.
Our news sources have reported that Epic Games, which is famous for its game Fortnite is at its verge on purchasing Psyonix for a specific amount and preparations are all way to bring the 132 employees of the Psyonix onboard. Following the news, Epic, in one of the statements mentioned that they wouldn’t make any changes to the San Diego game studio and it will still support games certainly on most of the platforms as it did before.
There have been reports that the major release from the studio will be Rocket League which will now land on the Epic Games store at the end of this year. The game will face new downloads on Valve’s Steam store, and there have been reports that the Epic Games will also support the users who earlier have downloaded the title from steam.
Following the news that Epic Games is acquiring Psyonix rolled over in the market, Psyonix came forward and interacted with the news channels. Psyonix, in one of the statements, said:
“In the long-term, we expect to bring Rocket League to the Epic Games store and to leverage our new relationship to grow the game in ways we couldn’t do on our own before,” wrote Psyonix. “We believe that bringing Rocket League to new audiences with more support is a win for everybody.”
Local sources say that Rocket League is one of the most popular cross-platform games available in the market and it has more than 57 million players at present.