Rocket League making its way to the Xbox One next week

Rocket League Xbox One

PlayStation 4 and PC gamers have been enjoying the frantic chaos of Rocket League since July 2015. The Xbox One version of Rocket League will include unique new antennas, rocket trails and vehicles based on the Sunset Overdive, Gears of War and Halo franchises as well as all the additional content up till now. Upon release there won’t be cross-platform play between Xbox One and PC.

Rocket League has been a long time coming to Xbox One, and the team here at Psyonix is incredibly proud to be bringing it to you thanks to our development partners at Panic Button. With their help and expertise, we were able to bring Rocket League to XB1 with a high level of performance and fidelity. Plus, as an added bonus for Xbox One players, we have also included three of our previously-released DLC Packs for free already-bundled into the game:

“Supersonic Fury” – Two Premium Battle-Cars, 12 Decals, 5 Paint types, 2 Rocket Trails, 2 Wheels

“Revenge of the Battle-Cars” – Two Premium Battle-Cars, 12 Decals, 3 Paint types, 2 Rocket Trails, 2 Wheels, 4 Toppers, 2 Antennas

“Chaos Run” – Two Premium Battle-Cars, 12 Decals, 2 Wheels, 2 Rocket Trails, 3 Toppers, 3 Antennas
Xbox One owners will also be the proud owners of two exclusive vehicles — The “Armadillo” from Gears of War and the Warthog variant from Halo, dubbed the “HogSticker” – in addition to several Xbox-exclusive Garage items like Fizzie and the Overcharge Rocket Trail from Sunset Overdrive.

The official Xbox One release of Rocket League is the 17th of February 2016.


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