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Rocket League coming to Xbox One



Developer Psyonix has revealed that its popular multiplayer game Rocket League will be launching on the Xbox One. The announcement was made during The Game Awards earlier today. The game is scheduled to launch in February 2016 with new Gears of War and Halo-themed cars.

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Rocket League was originally launched in July this year for the PlayStation 4 and PC. Reports suggested the game was spotted online with a rating for Xbox One earlier this week, implying that it would be coming to Microsoft's console soon. In November, developer Psyonix said it may announce the game for additional platforms by the end of the year.

Studio director Dave Hagewood was asked during an interview if the game would ever come to Microsoft's Xbox One, to which he replied, "I can't say... we're looking at all kinds of platforms and there may be some announcements coming up at some point. Hopefully before the end of the year, but I can't confirm that."

Rocket League was very well received in GameSpot's review, scoring a nine out of ten. For more on Rocket League, including recently-release downloadable content, check out our coverage of the game.

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