The Xbox One version of PC indie hit Rocket League will launch in the middle of February, according to a tweet from developer Psyonix.

The game currently sits with Microsoft and awaits certification.

Rocket League was announced for the Xbox One during December’s Game Awards, and comes bundled with expansion packs Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars, and Chaos Run, along with Microsoft exclusive content built around the Halo, Gears of War, and Sunset Overdrive franchises.

The game will not support cross-platform play like its PS4 and PC counterparts.

Rocket League was developed for PS4 and PC on a $2 million budget, and has since seen massive success, pulling in nearly $50 million since launch.


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