Rocket League Arrives on Xbox One, as Game Hits 11 Million Downloads

Halo and Gears of War cars available only in the Xbox One edition.

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Following its launch last summer for PlayStation 4 and PC, Psyonix's hit soccer-with-cars game Rocket League has now arrived on Xbox One. Additionally, the developer has announced that, across PS4 and PC, the game has now reached 11 million downloads, up from 10 million in January.

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For $20, you get the base game and previously released expansions Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars, and Chaos Run. There are 16 cars in all, including two that are exclusive to the Xbox One version: Halo's Warthog and the Armadillo from Gears of War.

Below is a roundup of all the Xbox-exclusive Rocket League content.

Wheels

  • Gears of War – Armadillo
  • Gears of War – COG
  • Halo – Puma

Antennas

  • Gears of War – COG Symbol
  • Gears of War – COG Tag
  • Gears of War – Locust
  • Halo – Guilty Spark
  • Halo – Insurrection Rebels
  • Halo – New Mombasa Cavaliers
  • Halo – Swords of Sanghelios
  • Sunset Overdrive – Fizzie

Rocket Trails

  • Gears of War – Imulsion
  • Sunset Overdrive - OverCharge

In addition to the base game, Rocket League's Back to the Future Car Pack, which comes with the DeLorean time machine from the film series, is also available to buy, priced at $2.

You can use the links below to start your download from Xbox.com

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Developed on a reported budget of $2 million, Rocket League has generated more than $50 million in revenue from game and DLC sales. Just recently, Psyonix added a new playlist called "Rocket Labs," which the developer is using to test out new arenas before they are released in competitive playlists.

For more on Rocket League, check out GameSpot's review.

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