Rocket League has been rated for Xbox One

Psyonix’s car-football hit Rocket League appears to be on its way to Xbox One.

That’s according to the Taiwanese games rating board – thanks again – as reported by Gematsu and Twitter user Lifelower.

Earlier this year, VP of marketing and communications Jeremy Dunham said that Rocket League was ‘100 per cent’ coming to other platforms.

Rocket League launched for PlayStation 4 and PC in July of this year. When MCV interviewed Dunham back in September, the game had sold over six million units. In August, it was revealed that one million units had been sold on Steam.

That success has meant several licensing opportunities have come their away – including Back to the Future and Portal DLC – as well as the possibility of doing films, TV shows and merchandise based around the series.

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