Rocket League players are in luck because this release will come bundled with three DLC Packs: Supersonic Fury, Revenge of the Battle-Cars and Chaos Run. All DLC Packs grant six Premium Battle-cars, thirty-six decals, eight Paint types, six wheels and a whole lot more.
What’s more, this version of the game comes with two brand-new Battle-cars exclusive to Xbox One owners integrating familiar vehicles from Xbox titles: the Armadillo from Gears of War, and the Warthog (aka the HogSticker) from Halo, along with other Xbox One unique items such as Fizzie and the Overcharge Rocket Trail from Sunset Overdrive.
Psyonix is promising players a “high level of performance and fidelity” for the Xbox One iteration of the insanely addictive game that took the multiplayer world by storm when it came out on the PC and PlayStation 4 in July last year.
Bursting at the seams with content, Rocket League features a ton of things to mess around with: an offline Season Mode, fully customizable Battle-Cars, several game set-ups like 1v1 up to 4v4 matches, and unique match Mutators that directly affect that rules of each match played.
A veritable indie darling, Rocket League has been hailed for its addictive nature and gorgeously detailed, crisp visuals. It’s amassed a number of awards, including PlayStation Universe’s Best Sports Game of E3, and taking home the award for Best Independent Game and Best Sports/Racing Game at The Game Awards 2015. The game has also garnered a player-base of more than eleven million football-drivers so far- now that it’s coming to the Xbox One, it’ll no doubt attract even more. Not too shabby, we say!
Check out our Rocket League review in the meantime.