Rocket League, the incredibly popular Indie game for PS4, is finally making its way to Xbox One next week. Gamers will be able to hit the pitch on February 17th with the added bonus of three free DLCs at launch.
At launch, Rocket League will feature an offline Season Mode plus 1v1, 2v2, 3v3 and 4v4 multiplayer configurations. The game is set to launch in the Xbox Marketplace for $19.99 one week from today.
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Rocket League is Coming to Xbox One on February 17
Since last December, when we first announced that Rocket League was headed to Xbox One, new and existing fans alike have been asking us WHEN they could expect to see our soccer-meets-driving, sports-action hybrid come to the platform. As you can tell by our headline, we’re proud to announce that the answer to that question is next week – it’ll be available beginning on Wednesday, February 17 for $19.99 USD (or its regional equivalent)!
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.
Besides the exclusive stuff, you can also expect an incredible amount of content in Rocket League on the whole – with more than 100 billion possible customization combinations for your Battle-Car, a fully-featured offline Season Mode, multiple game configurations including 1v1, 2v2, 3v3, and 4v4 match-ups for offline, online, and competitive play, special match Mutators that let you change the rules of the game, our “Snow Day” Hockey mode, and lots, lots more.
See you on the pitch starting February 17!
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