'Rocket League' isn't going to get a sequel.
Psyonix developed and released the vehicular soccer video game in July 2015, which has 45 million registered users and between 6 and 7 million people actively playing each month.
But despite the huge success of the unique game, Psyonix aren't interested in making a follow-up game, as they'd rather focus on improving the one they have and adding new content to it instead.
Speaking to GameSpot, game director Scott Rudi said: "That's preferable to do; games-as-a-service. The most valuable thing in our game is our fans. A lot of the stuff we do is focused on keeping them with us. Keeping them interested and all hyped up about our game. We want to provide a really good experience [for players] to have fun with for years to come.
"We want to keep this going. I don't know what I'd do with Rocket League 2. I'd rather do more to expand the existing Rocket League. It's doing great, there is a lot ahead of it. So yeah, we have no plans for Rocket League 2."
It isn't the first time Psyonix have shut down rumours of a follow-up title, as in March last year executive Jeremy Dunham said he couldn't understand why they would take their "huge community" and make them pay for another game, instead of giving them extra content for the one they already have.
He said: "Why would we want to take this huge community that we've already built, that's still growing, and say, 'What you're playing now is going to be irrelevant in 12 months, but we want you to stop what you're doing, giving us money all over again, and move over to this other game."
'Rocket League' is currently available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.