Are Rocket League Servers Down? 'Call Limit Reached' Error Explained

Rocket League servers not working? We imagine that's why you've headed to this page.

PsyonixStudios' award-winning sports-action hybrid is like any online game in that sometimes, the servers do have a little wobble.

If your experiencing issues, the first port of call might be to check with the official Rocket League support account on Twitter. (@RL_Support).

They're most likely covering any major outage to the game. 

Alternatively, it's always worth checking with DownDetector to see if fellow players are experiencing issues.

The independent website uses mentions around certain topics to detect outages and issues for all kinds of services, including Rocket League.

It's also worth checking in with the official Epic Games Server Status page, because it could be something as simple as the game being offline for planned maintenance.

If this doesn't fix it for you, we'd suggest dropping the Rocket League support account on Twitter a line.

Below we'll be keeping track of all major outages and issues, so give it a once over to make sure there's nothing impacting your gameplay experience. 

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October 30, 2020 - 

It would appear as though a high number of Rocket League players are experiencing the games 'Call Limit Reached' error. Unfortunately, there's no fix, as this stems from server-related issue and the games maximum capacity.

Potentially there's a bottleneck from too many players attempting to login to play all at once, as we saw when the game first went free-to-play. This is one issue you might just have to wait out.

October 28, 2020 - 

As per Rocket League Support - "We are experiencing an outage that is preventing players from connecting to PsyNet. Updates to follow here and on the status website"

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