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VIDEO: Rocket League officially set for Xbox One

Following rumours and speculation, Psyonix has confirmed that its chaotic car-football title is coming to Xbox One.

During last night’s The Game Awards, the developer released a trailer confirming that Rocket League was in fact launching on Xbox One in February 2016.

This follows Psyonix’s VP of marketing and communications Jeremy Dunham saying that the title was ‘100 per cent’ coming to other platforms. Rocket League was released for PS4 and PC in July of this year.

The game’s launch for Xbox One was hinted at earlier this week when it became known that the Taiwanese games rating board had rated the title.

Here is the video from last night’s show:

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