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Rocket League is punting onto Xbox One next week

Developer Psyonix has confirmed Rocket League will be launching on Xbox One this week, and it comes with a bunch of exclusive goodies.

Psyonix first revealed the Xbox One version of Rocket League back at last year’s Game Awards, confirming the game will be coming to the platform with exclusive content.

Now we finally have a release date. Rocket League will be coming to the Xbox One on February 17.

Microsoft’s version will include exclusive cars inspired by designs from Halo and Gears of War, alongside some in-game items with a Sunset Overdrive theme.

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Rocket League’s three DLC packs will be available as part of a bundle for $20 (about £14), which will get you six new cars and over 50 customisation options.

Back to the Future’s Delorean DLC will be available at launch too, but pricing hasn’t been confirmed for the iconic car.

Psyonix has said recently it plans to “aggressively support” the Xbox One version, bringing it in balance with the PS4 and PC releases.

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Unfortunately, the Xbox One version will not support cross-platform play, a popular feature among PS4 and PC players.

Rocket League will available for Xbox One on February 17.

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