“Psyonix plans on aggressively supporting the Xbox One version.”
Hit soccer-with-cars game Rocket League is coming to Xbox One in February 2016, and now developer Psyonix has shared some insight into what’s included at launch and what will come as DLC down the road.
First, Rocket League’s three previously released expansions–Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars, and Chaos Run–will all come bundled with the base game for $20. Together, these expansions introduce six new cars and more than 50 garage customization items. In addition, Rocket League’s Back to the Future-themed DLC will be available to buy at launch in February, though pricing was not announced.
The Xbox One version of Rocket League is also getting Xbox One-exclusive cars in the form of the HogSticker (Halo) and the Armadillo (Gears of War). Take a look at these cars in the image below.
Looking beyond that, Psyonix said it plans to “aggressively” support Rocket League’s Xbox One version with more free and paid expansions over time.
“You can also expect lots of updates to the game,” the studio said. “Rocket League has received 10 major updates since its original launch earlier this year, and Psyonix plans on aggressively supporting the Xbox One version, with free downloadable arenas and more DLC packs.”
Rocket League was originally launched in July this year for the PlayStation 4 and PC and has so far reached 8 million players. Reports suggested the game was spotted online with a rating for Xbox One earlier this week, implying that it would be coming to Microsoft’s console soon.
For more on Rocket League, check out GameSpot’s review.