As you may have heard, Rocket League is removing official support for Linux in March in order to support “new technologies”. I was informed/reminded when I found this article that Psyonix was bought by Epic Games. This leads to the ultimate conclusion (albeit a theory/rumor at best) that Rocket League is going to have AntiCheat software on it’s online multiplayer mode, basically making the game hostile to Linux users who plan to run the game in a compatibility layer (e.g. Proton). I also saw a video by a small YouTube creator who deals with Linux Gaming that he plans on asking Valve for a refund as a response to this news.
According to the news the only things that will be playable will be offline gameplay as well as all your DLC. The only reason I got the game was to play with other people online and it looked fun. Since the main reason I got this game is now defunct with this upcoming update, I likewise plan on asking for a refund. For all the good press we users gave when we tour Rocket League as a paragon of Linux Gaming, they repay the favor by abandoning us.
I can post a screenshot of my message and summary of why I want a refund once it gets processed if anyone is interested for users to use as a template for their refunds.