Rocket League was released for the Xbox One on February 17, less than a month ago, but the sports-vehicle multiplayer game now has registered over one million players who have experienced the game on Microsoft's console.
The news was broken this weekend on the official Rocket League Twitter account:
"YES! We have officially eclipsed more than 1 MILLION unique players on @Xbox One! Thank you very much for continuing to support us!"
The player numbers don't mean that over one million copies of Rocket League have been downloaded on the Xbox One, since some players can sign onto their Xbox Live account on another player's console and play the game in split-screen mode.
Rocket League officially has over 12 million players on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC (the game came out for the latter two platforms several months ago). A retail release for the game is coming out later this year for both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions.
Source: Rocket League (Twitter)
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