Rocket League Xbox One Version Is Almost Ready
The Xbox One version of indie hit Rocket League remains on track to launch in the middle of February, developer Psyonix has said. After a fan asked for a status update on the project, Psyonix said on Twitter that the soccer-with-cars game is currently in Microsoft’s hands for certification, signalling a release soon.
Rocket League’s Xbox One edition was announced during The Game Awards in December.
The Xbox One version comes bundled with expansion packs Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars, and Chaos Run. Players on Microsoft’s console are also getting some exclusive content themed around Halo, Gears of War, and Sunset Overdrive.
However, it’ll be lacking one thing that the PS4 and PC versions both support: cross-platform play.
Rocket League was one of 2015’s biggest gaming success stories. Developed for PS4 and PC on a budget of $2 million, the game has generated nearly $50 million in revenue.
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