Rocket League will be available to free to play on September 23rd, 2020, the launch of free to play will bring Competitive Tournaments. You can share your progress cross-platform, you just need to link your platform to your Epic Games account, and it will allow you to share cross-platform progression.
You can join these free Tournaments by yourself or with a full squad of three to be entered into a bracket with 32 teams with similar ranks. You will earn Tournament Credits, and redeem them for all-new items that you will find in Competitive Tournaments. New Tournaments will be available to join every day, you will assemble your team and dominate your bracket.
Free to play coming with game-wide Challenge that you can complete to earn items and XP. All players will receive Weekly Challenges, while Rocket Pass Premium owners will get three additional Challenges each week, with there is a Season Challenges that will be live all season long that grant better rewards.
At the launch of free to play, Grand Champion will be split into Grand Champion I, Grand Champion II, and Grand Champion III. Then it also comes Supersonic Legend, an all-new rank above Grand Champion.