Vehicular soccer video game “Rocket League” just reached a milestone this week by selling 10.5 million copies. It also boasts of having 29 million registered players. Despite the game’s success, developer Psyonix says it is not planning on releasing a sequel anytime soon.

In a recent interview with Kinda Funny Games’ Colin Moriarty, Psyonix VP Jeremy Dunham revealed that he and his team are not working on a sequel and are not planning to do so as of this time. Ironically, part of the reason why “Rocket League 2” is not happening is the success of the first game, which has only been around for a year and a half.

“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,’” Dunham, who was formerly the Editor-in-Chief of IGN, said. “That’s not the right way to do things. I Think that era of games has passed.”

“Rocket League” was released in July 7, 2015 as part of the Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars series. It bagged several awards in the year that it was released, including The Game Award for Best Independent Game, British Academy Games Award for Multiplayer and BAFTA Games Award for Best Family and Social Game, among others. In February of this year, the game made an impressive feat by garnering 29 million registered players. According to GameSpot, the massive number includes the free copies provided to PlayStation Plus members at launch and the split-screen players.

Given this much success, Dunham maintained that they plan to improve the original “Rocket League” game before even considering a new installment. “Our goal was to keep making ‘Rocket League’ better and better so that we don’t lose any of the people that want to play. If they’re playing our game, we’re not going to penalize them and make them buy our game again just because we want to add a couple new features. We want to let them know we’re in it for the long haul, if they’re in it for the long haul.”

“Rocket League” is still available on PS4, Xbox One and on PC via Steam.

Psyonix says it is not planning to release a “Rocket League” sequel as of late.