PC and PS4 players have been having a ball with Rocket League ever since it launched last July, with Xbox One owners waiting until February to get playing. That timeframe still stands, according to the game’s studio Psyonix
According to the game’s official Twitter account, @RocketLeague, the game is “currently going through the certification process” for the Xbox One. The tweet also says that the goal is still to release sometime “mid-February,” so fans only have a couple of weeks until the launch. The full tweet is included below.
— Rocket League (@RocketLeague) February 2, 2016
While the final console still has about two weeks to wait to start playing a rocket-boosted supercar kicking around a football, players will still likely not be seeing the option to play online against PS4- and PC-owning friends.
As for content, we’ve covered some of the special Xbox-exclusive customization to be included in this console’s release, but here’s a quick refresher. Players will get to unlock a Warthog, a classic from the Halo franchise, as well as a custom boost trail and antenna topper from Sunset Overdrive.
You don’t have too long to wait for the title, Xbox One owners. Let us know in the comments if you’re looking forward to playing.Further reading: Microsoft, Rocket League, Video Games, Xbox, Xbox One