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Warner Bros. have taken over the retail rights to Rocket League

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Warner Bros have acquired the retail rights to Rocket League. In an announcement made earlier today, Warner Bros and Rocket League’s developer, Psyonix, announced a new retail agreement for the game.

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The game is already available digitally across PC, PS4, and Xbox One, but the agreement will see an updated retail version made available on console. The content in that updated edition hasn’t been announced yet, and it’s not yet apparent how those changes will make their way to PC.

In the announcement, Kevin Kebodeaux, a senior vice president at Warner Bros Americas says the company is “very excited to be working with Psyonix to bring the game to retailers across the globe.”

Jeremy Dunham, vice president for publishing at Psyonix says that Warner Bros “are the ideal partner to help us push Rocket League to another level,” referencing the companies’ previous partnership, over the game’s Batman vs Superman DLC, released in early 2016.

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5 Months ago

How is a single dlc partnership the same as taking over retail rights

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xNuke(7 days 7 hours played)
5 Months ago

I think you didn't understand the article. Warner Bros acquired the rights to release the game in physical form (with possible additional content). Psyonix referenced their earlier collaboration when they released Batman Vs Superman DLC to make a point about WB being a good partner to hand retail rights over to.