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‘Rocket League’ dropping support for macOS in March, but some features will still work

[2020-01-23 19:20:08]

If you play Rocket League via Steam on your Mac, you’ll soon have to make the switch to Windows or give up most of the online features. The studio behind the hit game has announced today that it’s dropping macOS and Linux support starting in March. The post ‘Rocket League’ dropping support for macOS in March, but some features will still work appeared first on 9to5Mac.

‘Rocket League’ dropping support for macOS in March, but some features will still work


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