Rocket League Coming to Xbox One Next Week

Now Xbox One players can swear up a storm when they miss that crucial aerial.

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Rocket League arrives next week on Xbox One and brings exclusive items to equip your soccer-playing car with.

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Psyonix revealed the Xbox One version at last year's Game Awards, and now, it comes to Microsoft's platform alongside two exclusive cars themed after the Gears of War and Halo franchises and exclusive Sunset Over-drive themed items.

The three previously released DLC packs will come bundled with the $20 game on Xbox One. The DLC includes six cars and more than 50 customization options. You can buy the Back to the Future-themed DeLorean DLC when the game launches, though pricing has not been confirmed. Developer Psyonix says it plans on "aggressively supporting" the Xbox One version with updates and content.

However, one thing it will lack is cross-platform play--PS4 and PC players can currently play against each other in online matches.

Rocket League releases for the Xbox One on February 17.

GameSpot recently visited Psyonix to go hands-on with Rocket Labs, a new playlist featuring new maps before they're given final art assets.

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