How to use Postparty with Rocket League

How to use Postparty with Rocket League
Images via Psyonix | Epic Games

Written by 

Tarran Stockton


10th Feb 2023 11:30

Rocket League is a game that's made for clips due to the massive skill ceiling and impressive gameplay that can be found at all levels.

With the new Postparty app from Epic Games, every time you get a spectacle of a goal or a crazy air dribble, you can share it with ease. So, take a look at our walkthrough of how to use Postparty with the game.

Using Postparty with Rocket League

Postparty makes clipping and sharing Rocket League footage an easy process, and all it requires is that you download the app to your mobile device. We'll run through the exact procedure for getting Rocket League clips and sharing them below.

  1. Download the app on your mobile device, using the App Store for iOS devices, or the Google Play Store for Android phones
  2. Load up the app and sign up using your Epic Games account
  3. Launch Rocket League on your platform of choice (PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S are all supported) and hold the relevant capture button or key to record the previous 30 seconds of gameplay
  4. Once you capture a clip, and it has been processed, it will appear in the library on Postparty. From here, you can select the clip to trim it down to the exact footage you want
  5. If you like the end product, you can select it and share it on any supported social media or save it locally to your device

Key art showing a phone with Postparty
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Epic Games are also offering the exclusive "Postpartier" Player Title for players who use the Postparty app to share a Rocket League clip.

It's also worth mentioning that while you can only do this process on PlayStation and Xbox currently, the Nintendo Switch and PC are set to receive Postparty support for Rocket League in the future.

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To help you get better clips, check out how to spin and air roll in Rocket League sideswipe.

Tarran Stockton
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Tarran Stockton
Tarran is a Senior Guides Writer at GGRecon. He previously wrote reviews for his college newspaper before studying Media and Communication at university. His favourite genres include role-playing games, strategy games, and boomer shooters - along with anything indie. You can also find him in the pit at local hardcore shows.
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