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Rocket League Xbox One Released Today Features Exclusives
Rocket League Xbox One has released today at the reasonable price of $19.99. It also comes with a variety of exclusive content for the Xbox One gamers.
Rocket League has made its way to the Xbox through the ID@Xbox self-publishing program. It comes with the DLC that the PlayStation 4 and PC versions have received. This includes Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars, and Chaos Run.
Along with these DLC releases, there are also some Rocket League Xbox One exclusives from games such as Sunset Overdrive, Halo and Gears of War:
- Exclusive Halo “HogSticker,” an alternate version of the Warthog
- Exclusive Gears of War “Armadillo,” the famed Armored Personnel Carrier
- Gears of War – Armadillo
- Gears of War – COG
- Halo – Puma
- Gears of War – COG Symbol
- Gears of War – COG Tag
- Gears of War – Locust
- Halo – Guilty Spark
- Halo – Insurrection Rebels
- Halo – New Mombasa Cavaliers
- Halo – Swords of Sanghelios
- Sunset Overdrive – Fizzie
- Gears of War – Imulsion
- Sunset Overdrive – OverCharge
“With the release of the Xbox One version, fans now have access to some of the coolest exclusives out there, along with the kind of multiplayer gameplay that has made Rocket League a passion for players and our studio,” said Dave Hagewood, Studio Director and CEO, Psyonix. “We’re packing a lot of content in there right off the bat, which we hope is a warm welcome for our new community of Xbox One players all over the world.”
It has also been confirmed that premium DLC planned for Rocket League will also come to the Xbox One same day. This also includes the Back to the Future Car Pack which is available now.
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