Rocket League, the hit car-soccer game, is coming to Xbox One in February 2016. With an impending release, developer Psyonix has provided details on what will be included at launch and how it plans to support the newest version of their game.

At launch, the base $20 game will include the game as well as its three previously released expansions. The Back to the Future DLC will also be available to purchase right off the bat. There will also be some Xbox exclusive cars such as the HogSticker (from Halo) and the Armadillo (from Gears of War).

Psyonix has pledged to “aggressively” support the Xbox One’s version of the game with both paid and free content. “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.”

  • Leonardo TM

    You guys could try agressively make the cross-plataform play possible too. It was a sure buy for me before the news that it was not going to be allowed, and I believe that a lot of players think like that too. 🙁

    • Irakli Goderdzishvili

      It’s not a matter of what’s possible, Microsoft is just not willing to have crossplay with PS4 and PC. Even though they are doing a lot to do the Xbox + Windows 10 integrating, they’re only pushing the Windows 10 Xbox App, and so they don’t really want to have crossplay with Steam.

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