Rocket League Aims for Mid-February Release on Xbox One

on February 2, 2016 10:10 AM

Seen by many as one the biggest success stories of last year, Rocket League quickly drew a devoted fanbase and great sales success, with the impending Xbox One version of the title on the way and releasing in the very near future, according to developer Psyonix.

In response to fan questions through Twitter, Psyonix confirmed that the Xbox One version of Rocket League is “currently going through the certification process” with Microsoft’s ID@Xbox program, with mid-February being the target for its release.

Following its debut last summer on PS4 and PC, Rocket League was hinted at for Xbox One at numerous points until an official reveal at last December’s The Game Awards 2015, and with the title now going through certification, it should only be a matter of time before it’s out and can be enjoyed by the Xbox masses.

Rocket League is currently available on PS4 and PC, with the Xbox One version targeting a release later this month.

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