The March Update was the final update for Mac and Linux versions of Rocket League. If you have played the game on macOS or Linux, June 10, 2020 was the last day to request a refund through Steam.
The macOS and Linux (SteamOS) versions are no longer updated or supported. You will still be able to download and install these versions, but some features will not function as expected.
If you purchased Rocket League for macOS or Linux on Steam you can download the Windows version. This version will run with full functionality on a PC (personal computer) with Windows 7 or newer.
Players on macOS can try running Rocket League on Windows with Apple's Boot Camp tool. Boot Camp is not something Psyonix officially supports. You can learn more here: Install Windows 10 on your Mac with Boot Camp Assistant
If you play Rocket League on Linux, you can try Steam's Proton app or Wine. These tools are not officially supported by Psyonix. Please see the links to both below.
The following offline features should function as expected:
- Local Matches
- Split-Screen Play
- Garage/Inventory (Your existing items will not be removed from your inventory)
- Career Stats
- Steam Workshop Maps (If downloaded before final patch)
- Custom Training Packs (If downloaded before final patch)
The following online features will no longer function:
- Online Matchmaking
- Private Matches
- Rocket Pass
- Item Shop / Esports Shop
- In-Game Events
- Friends List
- News Panel
- New Custom Training Packs
- New Steam Workshop Maps
- League Rankings