Rocket League, which has become a hugely popular multiplayer action game on the PC and PlayStation 4 platforms, may be driving its way to the Xbox One soon. Taiwan's Game Software Rating Regulations bureau briefly posted a rating for Rocket League on Microsoft's console that was removed later.
Rocket League debuted in July on the PC and PlayStation 4 from independent developer Psyonix. The game, which is actually a sequel to Psyonix's 2008 title Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, has players controlling rocket-propelled cars in stadium arenas, with the goal of pushing a large soccer-like ball into goals using those vehicles. The game was an instant hint and recently Psyonix said that it currently has eight million players.
The fact that Rocket League showed up, however briefly, on an official game ratings board is a strong hint that the Xbox One version is close to release. So far, Psyonix has not offered any comment, although it did say earlier this year the game would be coming to other platforms