Psyonix and Microsoft delivered exciting news for Xbox fans at the Game Awards Show 2015, announcing that the popular PlayStation 4 and PC soccer-racing game, Rocket League, will be making its way to Xbox One this February.
Check out the trailer above.
UPDATE: Developer Psyonix has clarified on Twitter that Rocket League will be unable to support cross-platform play on Xbox One.
@rlpte The Xbox platform doesn’t allow for crossplay matchmaking between other systems as a general practice across all titles.
— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) December 4, 2015
Rocket League on PlayStation 4 and PC got updated earlier this month with new downloadable content, which also offered a free map to all users. You can pick up the Chaos Run DLC now for $3.99 USD.