Smash hit Rocket League could eventually hit Xbox One, says developer

Indie hit Rocket League could eventually head to Xbox One according to tweets from the game's developer.

Rocket League is a high-octane sports-hybrid currently taking PC and PS4 by storm. It puts players behind the wheels of rocket-propelled cars in addictive soccer-like matches with drop-in multiplayer.

Responding on twitter, the Rocket League team stated that they're open to heading to more platforms:

..."Thanks -- and we're open to coming to more platforms. It's all about time, demand, and resources (we're a small team)."...

Thankfully for Xbox fans, it seems that Psyonix Inc doesn't have a console exclusivity deal with Sony, despite the game being free for PSN Plus members.

So if you want to see the game appear on Xbox One, respectfully let the devs know on their official Twitter account! If you have a capable PC, you can check the game out now on Steam for a very reasonable £14.99.

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