Rocket League is now available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers, Psyonix and Microsoft today announced.
That means anyone who’s paying for Microsoft’s Netflix-like subscription service can download and play the popular car-soccer game for free. What’s more, Rocket League features a robust cross-play feature, meaning those on Xbox One can play against friends on PC and Switch (sorry, not PS4 though).
Subscribers can download and play now.
The news comes just days after developer Psyonix said it’s not developing Rocket League 2, instead focusing on support and quality of life enhancements for Rocket League itself. Nice, eh?
Rocket League is currently available on Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch.
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